Within the next week, Riverstone Development Group
will open its model residence at Bradford Place
Located off of Euclid Avenue and within a short walk of the city’s business district, the project will consist of 26 Cape Cod-inspired luxury townhomes ranging from between 2,800 and 4,000 square feet.
Jonathan Nielsen, partner and director of sales and communications for the developer, says that having a model open will make it easier for them to sell units.
"Purchasing a new home is always a big decision," he says. "We anticipate that many of our buyers will be moving to Bradford Place from larger, single-family residences. As such, purchasing a townhome may be more than just a move – it will be a change in lifestyle. We believe that there is no better way of showcasing these beautiful townhomes, and the maintenance-free lifestyle of Bradford Place, than by providing our clients with a fully-furnished and decorated model for them to explore."
Infrastructure work at the site is expected to wrap up within the next few weeks, and Nielsen says that sales will dictate the pace of construction.
"We've pre-sold three residences and our sales traffic is strong," he says. "The current housing market is affecting every sector of the housing industry, but we're fortunate in that we're offering a limited supply of a highly-desired housing product. And we've got a phenomenal location."
So far, feedback on the development has been nothing but positive.
"The City of Madeira has been wonderful to work with, and the project has been very well-received," Nielsen says. "Our prospective buyers are consistently excited by the idea of luxury townhome living, in a quaint and convenient location."
Writer: Kevin LeMaster
Source: Jonathan Nielsen, director of sales and communications, Riverstone Development GroupPhoto courtesy of Bradford Place website