Pulte Homes is seeking to succeed where other developers have failed in the town of Plymouth, Michigan. Hometown Life reports:
Pulte Homes has revealed potential plans to build 76 attached townhomes on the southernmost 10 acres of the 15-acre site at Mill and Amelia, south of Main Street. City officials say the proposal holds more promise than past plans that failed.
"This is the most realistic proposal that we've had," Plymouth community development director John Buzuvis said.
Pulte Homes has indicated in public documents that it hopes to build 76 townhomes aimed at millennials and young families. The residences would be 1,580 to 2,300 square feet, have three bedrooms, 2½ baths, two-car garages and sell for the upper $200,000s to the mid-$300,000s.
Preliminary plans also suggest the development, dubbed Mill Street Towns, would incorporate amenities such as a walking and biking path, green space and a small park area.