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Connect Homes is headquartered in Downtown Los Angeles and building homes in their factory in San Bernardino, CA. With roots in designing award-winning dream homes for California’s rich and famous, ... (Click to Read More)
Connect Homes is headquartered in Downtown Los Angeles and building homes in their factory in San Bernardino, CA. With roots in designing award-winning dream homes for California’s rich and famous, architects Jard Levy and Gordon Stott founded Connect Homes for the everyday homeowner – building modern prefab homes at more accessible prices, designing spaces that make you feel lighter, brighter, and more connected. Connect Homes offers 15 models to fit different lots, lifestyles, and budgets.
In 2020. Connect Homes launched Connect Shelters, with a line of California State-Approved shelter solutions was created to address spectrum of different housing needs — from temporary to permanent. These units can be quickly and inexpensively deployed, without requiring a foundation or in-ground utilities. With unmatched flexibility, function, and pricing, Connect Shelters take personal space seriously — sleeping units have the option of en-suite bathrooms. All rooms come equipped with separate mechanical systems. The Shelter Range comes with different ADA option and can be built out with kitchens. Ideal for Homeless, Educational, and Skilled Nursing facilities, these units can be deployed nationally and come with integrated iso-blocks to assist in ease of handling.
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Factory Address: 1811 Riverview Dr suite b, San Bernardino, CA 92408
Deployed to Date Detail: California
Built Custom Plans? Yes
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Factory Locations: San Bernardino, California
In 2004, Jared helped launch Marmol Radziner Prefab alongside architect Gordon Stott. Their award-winning work graced the covers of Dwell, Time, Newsweek and Builder. GQ Magazine praised their work as “Masterpiece in a Box” – their designs became the first modern prefab homes to be published in Architectural Digest. Now they are finding a way to bring prefab efficiencies and modern, sustainable design for everyone else.