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Builders eager to start 194 new homes
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Two builders are  eager to take advantage of the booming Manteca new home market.

Woodside Homes and DeNova Homes are both seeking city permission to proceed with site work to construct public improvements for two new neighborhoods while the city works on processing the final map that will allow actual houses to be built. 

DeNova Homes is building Bello Estates. It will replace the 30-acre almond orchard behind homes in the triangle formed by Louise Avenue, Airport Way, and the railroad tracks.

The council approved the tentative map for the 117 homes in 2014  with the condition that none of the homes backing up to the existing 12 homes could have windows on the second floor looking in to the existing back yards.

Woodside Homes wants to break ground on Woodward Estates south of Woodward Avenue between Oleander Avenue and South Union Road. The 16.73-acre subdivision will have 77 homes.