There are two neighborhoods in The Glen available to buyers seeking new construction. One is available now, and the other will be available soon.
First, a little background: The Glen is an upscale residential and retail development on Chicago’s North Shore in the community of Glenview, Illinois. There are several distinct neighborhoods with two things in common: They have stunning, luxury homes; and homeowners enjoy the “urban living in the suburbs” lifestyle that the Glen is known for. The various neighborhoods are anchored by our retail hub, Glen Town Center. OK, now I’ll tell you about the new construction real estate opportunities in The Glen.
Regency: While nearly sold out, the new Pulte development called Regency still has 5 beautiful townhomes available for purchase. The development, when completed, will have 149 homes. Among the available 5 homes are the two models, fully decorated. These are likely to sell soon, so if you’re interested I suggest you move quickly.
Westgate has cleared the final administrative hurdles, and it should get under way soon. I walked over to the site this morning, and I see that the sales center is being developed. This E. R. James Partners development will have 173 homes including 71 row homes, 68 Mews townhomes, and 34 single family homes. The row homes and single family homes will have first floor master bedrooms making them particularly attractive to downsizing empty-nesters. This development will be extremely popular. Not only will this be the last new Glen development featuring single family homes, but E. R. James is known as a high quality builder.
If you are interested in Regency you should contact me now so that I can get you into the models and explain your options. If Westgate strikes your fancy please let me know so that I can contact you at the appropriate time. I can be reached at 847-401-1802 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Meanwhile you can learn more about these developments at www.homesintheglen.com.
Margaret Ludemann, Glen homeowner and Coldwell Banker Realtor