Pulte sells 40-plus homes before opening models at Hollywood development

The Atlanta-based home builder plans to construct 645 houses and townhouses at Parkview at Hillcrest

Jul.July 08, 2017 02:30 PM

Rendering of the amenities center at Parkview at Hillcrest in Hollywood

Atlanta-based Pulte Homes has sold more than 40 of the 645 houses and townhouses the company plans to build on a former golf course in Hollywood before opening models to the public.

Pulte plans to open five model houses and townhouses July 22 in a grand opening of the Hollywood housing development, called Parkview at Hillcrest.

Brent Baker, president of Pulte’s southeast Florida division, told the Sun-Sentinel that the sale of 40-plus houses and townhouses before opening models was “an overwhelming response” to Parkview, where prices range from $299,990 to $482,990.

Pulte expects to finish building the first homes there by September. The development site at 1101 Hillcrest Drive in Hollywood is the former Hillcrest Golf & Country Club, which Pulte acquired last year.

The townhouses there will have three bedrooms, and the single-family homes will have four to six bedrooms. The common-area amenities at Parkview at Hillcrest will include two clubhouses, a resort-style swimming pool, fitness center, tennis facility and catering kitchen, plus a 70-acre park with bicycle-riding paths. [Sun-Sentinel] Mike Seemuth

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