Preserving a legacy.
At Tesoro Viejo it starts with the land, and has been thoughtfully planned to honor the site’s history by capturing its unique topography, land characteristics, and diverse landforms.
Tesoro Viejo will protect nearly 200 acres of open space, natural gorges and riparian habitat within the community. These areas will include riparian corridors, arroyos, wetlands and annual grasslands which provide habitat for wildlife and conservation of water resources.
The villages have been designed to be oriented around major open spaces or special features. To preserve key sensitive areas community trails create a natural buffer between protected spaces and the community.