Rosedale New Master Planned Community
Date: 3/29/2008 Album ID: 485526
Photos by Walt Mancini
Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community photographed Wednesday, March 26, 2008. All but one of the home builders working on Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community has stopped building, with the downturn in the housing market. Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in and monthly fees and accessments have increased considerable.
Gilbert Campos 48 and his wife Audrey purchased a home at Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community in September 2007. Gilbert looking at an uncompleted Recreation Center that has not opened, and construction has stopped, photographed Wednesday, March 26, 2008.   All but one of the home builders working on Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community has stopped building, with the downturn in the housing market. Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in and monthly fees and accessments have increased considerable. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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A family walking down the sidewalk on Bouganvillea Street Wednesday, March 26, 2008 in the Rosedale Azusa New Master Planned Community adjacent to a recreation center that has long being overdue to open where construction has stopped.  Residents are angry because the recreation has not opened and they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in.   All but one of the home builders working on Rosedale has topped building with the downturn the housing market. (SGVN/Staff photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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Two of the houses are vacant on Bouganvillea Street photographed Wednesday March 26, 2008 in the Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community due to the downturn in the housing market.  All but one of the home builders working on Rosedale has stopped building.  Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargianed for when  they moved in including a recreation center. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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Gilbert Campos 48 looking out his bedroom window from his home purchased at Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community in September 2007. Gilbert looking at an uncompleted Recreation Center from his bedroom window Wednesday, March 26, 2008 has not opened, and construction has stopped.  All but one of the home builders working on Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community has stopped building, with the downturn in the housing market.  Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in and monthly fees and accessments have increased considerable. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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Gilbert Campos 48 and his wife Audrey purchased a home at Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community in September 2007. Gilbert looking at an uncomplete Recreation Center from his bedroom window Wednesday, March 26, 2008 that has not opened, and construction has stopped.  All but one of the home builders working on Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community has stopped building, with the downturn in the housing market. Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in and monthly fees and accessments have increased considerable. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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Mapleton Village Homes adjacent to Rosedale sales office photographed Wednesday,  March 26, 2008 has been closed.  All but one of the home builders working on Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community has stopped building, with the downturn in the housing market. Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in and monthly fees and accessments have increased considerable. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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A sign Thank You for Visiting Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community of 1,250 future homes, photographed Wednesday, March 26, 2008. All of the construction has stopped, except for one of the home builders working on Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community because of the  downturn in the housing market. Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in and monthly fees and accessments have increased considerable. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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One of nine planned parks in the Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community of 1,250future homes community photographed Wednesday, March 26, 2008 will be opening soon.  The other eight parks have not been built or have not opened.  All construction has stopped except one of the home builders working on Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community  with the downturn in the housing market.  Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in and monthly fees and accessments have increased considerable. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community photographed Wednesday, March 26, 2008.  All but one of the home builders working on Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community has stopped building, with the downturn in the housing market. Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in and monthly fees and accessments have increased considerable. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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A boy rides his bicycle on Bouganvillea Street in the Rosedale Azusa's New Master Planned Community Wednesday, March 26, 2008.  Two of the homes on the block are vacant, a product of the housing downturn.  All but one of the home builders working on Rosedale has stopped building. Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in and monthly fees & accessment fees have increased dramatically. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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A row of houses built adjacent to a row of houses being built by the only home builders in the Rosedale Azusa New Master Planned Comunity that is still building photographed Thursday, March 26, 2008.   All of the other home builders have stopped construction with the downturn in the housing market.  Residents are angry because they are not getting the package they bargained for when they moved in, including a recreati¿n center. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt Mancini/SVCity)
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