Outside Chicago, in the town of Naperville, Pulte is planning a 312-home development. Crain's Chicago Business reports:
Houses in the Wagner Farm project would be priced from the mid-$400,000s to the $600,000s, Pulte said in a statement to Crain's issued through its Naperville attorney, Russ Whitaker of Naperville law firm Rosanova & Whitaker. They would be built on lots of about one-sixth to one-half an acre.
A greenbelt of wetlands, naturalistic landscaping and a bike and pedestrian path will run through the middle of the site, further decreasing density, according to the statement. The L-shaped site is northeast of 103rd Street and Route 59, with existing subdivisions and Naperville public parkland on all its borders.
At the north end of the site, the north-south greenbelt, about three-quarters of a mile long, would link at Frontier Park to an existing east-west recreation path that is about 2 miles long and connects to Neuqua Valley High School.