Toll Brothers launches sales at new luxury community in Davie

Millstone Ranches properties start at over $1M incomplex; developer has benefited from pandemic-fueled demand

Miami /
Feb.February 02, 2021 12:30 PM
Toll Brothers CEO Doug Yearley Jr. (Toll Brothers)

Toll Brothers CEO Doug Yearley Jr. (Toll Brothers)

 

Toll Brothers launched sales for its new single-family home community in Davie, as the developer continues to benefit from pandemic-fueled demand for homes.

Prices in the planned 18-home Millstone Ranches start above $1 million, according to a press release. The one- and two-story homes will range from 3,700 square feet to more than 6,900 square feet. The community is located near Interstate 75 and Griffin Road.

Pennsylvania-based Toll Brothers is led by Doug Yearley Jr.

In December, the company reported $2.6 billion in third quarter sales, a 7 percent rise from the same time last year. The uptick in homebuying has also boosted Miami-based homebuilder Lennar, which in December reported a strong quarter and full year.






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