Wouldn’t it be great to take all the latest and greatest advances in sustainability, renewable energy,
technology, smart growth, education, green design and community planning, put them all together and build
a 21st century town the right way from the ground up? Here it is.
In the heart of California, halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, is Quay Valley,
a green, sustainable model town planned for the 21st Century that melds the best of the walkability and convenience of New Urbanism with the traditions of small rural towns throughout California into a concept called New Ruralism.
Designed for people, not cars, this is planned to be Carbon Neutral Net Zero Energy community powered by solar, featuring the highest levels of water reclamation and reuse and an embrace of the environment and natural agriculture. Quay Valley’s purpose is to set new standards in self-sufficiency, resource reuse, and environmental responsibility while addressing the state’s affordability crisis. The addition of state-of-the-art technology will help make this one of the most modern, environmentally responsible communities in the world to help assure the highest possible quality of life.
QUALITY OF LIFE
Emphasis on healthy lifestyle with clean air, walkable/bikeable community design, ample open space, agriculture, great schools, latest technology, strong sense of community, abundant recreation, safety, and environmental habitat restoration
7,200 acres on I-5 in Kings County, California, less than 3 hours to LA, SF and Silicon Valley
and 1 hour from some of California’s greatest natural treasures
22,000 “smart, high performance” homes with a median home price of almost half the California median home price for 75,000 permanent residents, and over 20,000,000 square feet of commercial and industrial space
Projected to create over 30,000 permanent new jobs onsite, including service, tech, medical, manufacturing, clean-tech, education, research, agriculture, light industrial and trades
IN THE MIDDLE OF EVERYWHERE
Currently 12-15 million vehicle trips through the site per year and over 27 million residents
within a 3 hour drive
FUN AND RECREATION
1900 acres on I-5 featuring 2 million square feet of high-energy retail, 3 themed eco-resorts, convention hotel and facilities, mid-range hotels, adrenaline adventure sports park, cultural center and gardens, festival grounds, lakeside amphitheater, sports complex, winery and spa, and gated attractions
High education standards with 14 new elementary, 2 middle and 2 high schools, plus a university research campus anchored by the California Institute of Sustainability and Innovation
Cutting edge One Water system with 95% recapture and reuse, reducing demand by 50%,
as well as extensive offsite storage and onsite reservoirs covered with floating solar panels
STATE OF THE ART TECHNOLOGY
Future-proofed infrastructure includes fiber-optic to every door, safety features throughout,
fully wireless, universal networking, smart intermodal transportation, electric vehicle infrastructure, and energy storage and management systems
GROW (Green Renewable Organic & Water) Holdings LLC
Los Angeles, CA
ABOUT GROW HOLDINGS
GROW (Green Renewable Organic & Water) Holdings LLC is a Los Angeles-based company formed to develop green projects and technology, renewable energy, organic farming, and water resources, as well as plan and entitle Quay Valley, one of the world’s first “green” towns located on 7,200 acres in Central California.
GROW has been involved with several landmark renewable energy initiatives throughout the state, with an emphasis on solar power. GROW’s relationships with the relevant state and federal agencies, political leaders, utilities, finance groups and industry sector innovators are a major asset regarding the company’s ability to plan and entitle a project of this magnitude. The company is committed to helping establish renewable energy jobs and industry in California, and assisting the state to become the center of the emerging global renewable energy industry.
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