July 20, 2024
California Forever, the group that wants to build a new city in Solano County, has published a series of idyllic artist renderings to show what the project might look like.

A group of billionaires from Silicon Valley have invested in Flannery Associates, a company that has spent more than $800 million buying up land in Solano County to build a new city. Calling itself California Forever, the group has published a series of idyllic artist renderings to show what the project might look like.

The images on the group’s website show rolling hills and towns, waterfront villas and a village square. Kayakers paddle in wetlands and kids ride bikes. One image shows workers building a home.

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Artist renderings of a purported utopian plan, building a dream city in rural Solano County by a company, Flannery Associates, made up of ultra-wealthy Silicon Valley investors. (Courtesy of California Forever) 
Artist renderings of a purported utopian plan, building a dream city in rural Solano County by a company, Flannery Associates, made up of ultra-wealthy Silicon Valley investors. (Courtesy of California Forever) 
Artist renderings of a purported utopian plan, building a dream city in rural Solano County by a company, Flannery Associates, made up of ultra-wealthy Silicon Valley investors. (Courtesy of California Forever) 
Artist renderings of a purported utopian plan, building a dream city in rural Solano County by a company, Flannery Associates, made up of ultra-wealthy Silicon Valley investors. (Courtesy of California Forever) 
Artist renderings of a purported utopian plan, building a dream city in rural Solano County by a company, Flannery Associates, made up of ultra-wealthy Silicon Valley investors. (Courtesy of California Forever) 

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