Pulte set to launch second phase at Hollywood development

Atlanta-based homebuilder has sold almost all 151 of the houses and townhouses in the first phase of Parkview at Hillcrest

TRD MIAMI /
Nov.November 28, 2017 10:30 AM

Brent Baker and rendering of Parkview at Hillcrest (Credit: Pulte Homes)

Pulte Group will launch sales Friday for the second phase of its Parkview at Hillcrest development in Hollywood after selling almost all 151 homes in the first phase.

The development site at 1101 Hillcrest Drive is the former Hillcrest Golf & Country Club, which Pulte acquired last year for $25 million.

Pulte had sold more than 40 houses and townhouses in the first phase by July 22, when the homebuilder opened five models to the public.

Prices in the first phase of Parkview at Hillcrest started at $310,000 for a townhouse and $422,000 for a house, “but prices in phase two are higher,” said Brent Baker, president of the Southeast Division of Atlanta-based Pulte.

“We have a very long waiting list for the second phase,” which is located closer to a park and an amenities center at the Hollywood development, Baker said. “We actually are doing a lottery system for select home sites.”

Parkview at Hillcrest ultimately will have 645 new residences, a roughly equal mix of houses and townhouses built around a 70-acre park with bicycle riding paths, plus two clubhouses, a swimming pool, fitness center, tennis facility and catering kitchen.


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