Bald Eagle Point by Woodbridge Pacific Group

By Hanna Heiss


Woodbridge Pacific Group (WPG) was established in 2011 by Carl Neuss and Todd Cunningham, formalizing a collaboration between the two that began in 2005 when Cunningham was president of Woodbridge Homes and Neuss headed the land development company Pacific Cascade Group. The privately-held homebuilder and developer now brings to life projects selectively, aiming to create architecturally distinct homes in premier locations across California and Idaho. 


WPG has found that 10,000 to 30,000-sq. ft. homesites are key attractions, identifying Boise, Idaho’s Treasure Valley as a favorable location with sites reflecting such for its new home community, Bald Eagle Point. These homesites are further enriched by the area itself, boasting lakefront settings and walkable river access; another key finding for buyers.


For this endeavor, WPG brought on architect Hannouche Architects and interior designer Chameleon Design. Model homes opened in March 2022 with build-out expected later this year. 


With large homesites as a blank expansive canvas for design, Bald Eagle Point is filled with generous floorplan layouts and an abundance of choices available for various households. Such choices are available in styling, finishes and features to generate estate homes with custom character. Drive-through RV garage bays are offered with most plans, another key attraction for many prospective buyers.


There are six one- and two-story floorplans offered at Bald Eagle Point ranging from 2,434 square feet to 4,207 square feet with designs providing three to six bedrooms. Prices range from $933,402 to $1.6 million.


The builder specifically pointed out Plan Five to Builder and Developer, mentioning “design highlights [for Plan Five] include orchestrated roof forms, mullions and rustic stonework, with arches and trim elements further enriching the balanced architecture,” explained Cunningham. 


Additional attributes to the exemplary plan are the expansive porch, turning stairs and open concepts allowing for views to carry through the home’s foyer to the covered outdoor room. The dual sliders to this outdoor space open to a seating area and fireplace, meeting at 90 degrees, are accessible from both the foyer and dining area, underscoring the fluid connectivity and views for the entire social core. 


Bald Eagle Point’s target buyers include those local and incoming from diverse metro areas in Idaho, California, Oregon and Washington. Profiles vary, ranging from growing families to mature households with single- and dual-income professionals and entrepreneurs.


This WPG project is also award-winning, having earned two Silver Awards at the National Association of Home Builders’ 2023 The Nationals awards competition. The two models recognized are Plan Four’s model home interior design and Plan One’s architectural design. 


“Bald Eagle Point offers contextual, distinctive designs that are both fresh and highly livable,” said Lisa Parrish, judging chair of The Nationals. 


Hanna Heiss is the senior editor for Builder and Developer. She may be reached at