Minto starts building Westlake models

The company expects to open 6 model homes and a sales center in fall

Jun.June 25, 2017 11:00 AM

Minto has started building model homes at Westlake in Palm Beach County.

Minto Communities began construction of six model homes at Westlake, a 3,800-acre master-planned community that became the newest municipality in Palm Beach County about a year ago.

Minto expects to finish the fully furnished model homes to coincide with the grand opening of the Westlake sales center in fall.

Minto’s models will serve as examples of its Cypress Collection and its Indigo Collection.

The Cypress Collection encompasses homes with 14 floor plans ranging in size from 1,483 square feet to 4,025 square feet, with two to five bedrooms and bathrooms and two- and three-car garages.

Homes in the Indigo Collection are larger, with 11 floor plans ranging from 2,410 square feet to 4,443 square feet. Indigo homes will have two to six bedrooms, two to four bathrooms, plus a half bathroom, and two-, three- and four-car garages.

Westlake’s amenities will include an aquatics center, open spaces for picnics and events, sports courts, a playground and a dog park.

Minto also will spend $25 million to expand and beautify Seminole Pratt Whitney Road, which bisects Westlake, and will donate 4.5 acres to Palm Beach County for construction of a fire station.

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