March 21, 2019
SunCal Sells Over 700 Residential Lots to Home Builders in 1,400-acre ShadowGlen Community near Austin, Texas
IRVINE, CALIF., (March 21, 2019) – SunCal, one of the largest real estate development companies in the U.S. that specializes in large-scale, mixed-use master-planned communities, has sold over 700 residential lots to six home builders in its ShadowGlen community near Austin, Texas.
ShadowGlen covers 1,400 acres and is located in Manor, …
January 31, 2019
Tour Your Future Home in Virtual Reality Thanks to This Astonishing New Tech
Staging a model home is a great way to give prospective buyers an idea of what a furnished unit can look like, but this becomes a tad more difficult when you’re building your properties to-order.
“Looking at a twelve-foot-by-twelve-foot on a plan, someone says, ‘What could I fit in this space?’” says Toll Brothers Division Vice President James Fitzpatrick. The solution, he says, was simply to show them.
January 30, 2019
Edge on Hudson starts to strut its stuff with virtual reality house tours
At the end of a maze of construction fences on an otherwise barren field sits a one-story sales office where visitors can take a virtual reality tour of a condominium that doesn’t exist yet. But Toll Brothers has begun construction, and already three units of an eventual 1,177-home condominium/ townhouse complex that is Edge on Hudson have been sold. According to Peter Chavkin, who manages the project, it could be anywhere from seven to ten years before the entire project, which will include a boutique hotel, restaurants and services, is built out.
January 03, 2019
Toll Brothers Announces Opening at Edge-on-Hudson
Toll Brothers, the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes announces the highly anticipated opening of the Brownstones Collection within Edge-on-Hudson located in Sleepy Hollow, the storied village in Westchester County, NY.
November 29, 2018
Condos Are (Finally) Going up at the Site of the Former GM Plant in Tarrytown
The land that used to house the North Tarrytown Assembly Plant — where GM operated for nearly a century, cranking out an estimated 12 million vehicles — will soon be home sweet home for suburban urbanites seeking a live/work/play lifestyle along the Hudson River.
As part of the $1 billion mixed-use …