Architectually Designed

Architecturally designed to enhance your comfort within an urban lifestyle, these detached townhomes are a model for sustainability. Their clean geometric lines and choice of materials provide worry-free maintenance. Exterior features include pitched roof lines, cedar beams, hardiplank clapboard siding, galvalume panels and large windows. Two distinct floor plans consisting of three stories each provide the buyer a choice in their living layout.

Both models feature two bedrooms, a flex room and 2.5 baths, with ceiling heights of 10 feet in the living areas and 9 feet in the bedrooms. The kitchen area is open to both the living and dining spaces. Sliding glass doors on the ground level open to a private back yard. Thoughtful design and positioning of the windows maximizes the flow of natural light through the rooms. Tankless water heaters, high-SEER A/C systems, programmable thermostats, and low e windows are some the the green touches supporting sustainability.


Whole Home Insulation The homes will have insulation in all the exterior wall and ceiling cavities as well as have a two stage poly-seal application around all penetrations to eliminate conditioned air from escaping.
Framing – Finger joints are greener than regular framing studs because finger joints are exclusively made up of waste lumber that would have been discarded generally. Finger joints are stronger and often straighter than normal framing studs. – Engineered floor trusses, beams and joists save using large lumber cuts from trees.
TechShield Radiant Barrier – A radiant barrier minimizes radiant heat gain in summer and radiant heat loss in winter. LP Techshield blocks up to 97% of the radiant heat in the panel from entering your attic, which keeps your home cooler. This means less work for your air conditioner and more energy savings for you!
Digitally programmable thermostats – Programmable thermostats allow you to set temperatures throughout the days, nights, and weekends. It can turn the temperature up while you are at work, and begin to cool it down so that it will be comfortable when you come home.