Olson Homes is preparing to debut Union Walk, a new development of townhouses in El Monte.

The single family residences, located on a three-acre site at the intersection of Ramona and Valley Boulevards, feature two-to-four-bedroom floor plans up to 2,291 square feet in size.  Each comes with stainless steel appliances, walk-in clausets, decks and porches.

Renderings show a series of contemporary three-story structures, with architecture influenced by El Monte's Spanish heritage.

Prices start in the $400,000s.

The property is located on the east side of El Monte's downtown, and sits within walking distance of the city's bus terminal and Metrolink station.  El Monte has recently undertaken planning efforts to spur new investment on surrounding blocks, with the hopes of bringing new residents and businesses to the city.

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