Lennar starts selling 575-home Parkland project

The prices of single-family homes in Cascata at MiraLago start in the low $500,000s

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Feb.February 18, 2017 03:00 PM

Rendering of a house at Cascata at MiraLago in Parkland

Lennar Homes today launched sales for a development of 575 single-family homes in Parkland.

Homes at the development, called Cascata at MiraLago, are priced from the low $500,000s to the $900,000s.

Ray Suter, a new home consultant for Lennar, told the Sun-Sentinel the initial residents of Cascata are expected to move in by year-end.

Floor plans range from four to six bedrooms at Cascata at MiraLago, which will combine waterfront home sites and amenities common at country clubs.

The development also will tailor home design to the needs of multi-generational households headed by people who live with aging parents or adult children.

Dean Ehrlich of Re/Max ParkCreek told the Sun-Sentinel that the multi-generational houses will have separate entrances and living quarters for various household members: “It’s like a home inside of a home. I think it’s a good option.” Ehrlich had attended a brunch on Thursday that Lennar sponsored for real estate agents interested in Cascata at MiraLago.

Lennar opened a temporary sales center for Cascata at 10320 Peninsula Place, on the grounds of another development called MiraLago at Parkland, where the Miami-based company already has built hundreds of houses and townhouses.

Suter told the Sun-Sentinel that Lennar expects to sell the remaining homes at MiraLago at Parkland by summer. About 20 remain unsold.

Lennar and competitors including CalAtlantic Homes and Toll Brothers, and WCI Communities have been active home builders in Parkland in recent years. K. Hovnavian Homes is now planning a 55-and-over residential development there.  [Sun-Sentinel]Mike Seemuth


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