TAMPA, Fla., March 18, 2015 — Avalon Park Wesley Chapel, Wesley Chapel’s fastest growing traditionally designed community, announced Beazer Homes has closed on the purchase of 55 home sites from sitEX NR Development, LLC, an affiliate of Avalon Park Group Management, Inc.
Eric Marks, Senior Vice President of Avalon Park Group, said Beazer plans to build 55 new homes in the Cypress Village neighborhood at Avalon Park Wesley Chapel. Beazer will offer floor plans ranging from 1,676 to 3,170 square feet, and pricing beginning in the $230’s. The home builder’s first model home at Avalon Park Wesley Chapel will open May 2nd.
Beazer Homes, joins D.R. Horton and Avex Homes in the continued development of Avalon Park Wesley Chapel, a master planned community planned for more than 4,000 residential units and a mixed-use town center.
“Beazer Homes’ commitment to building high quality, traditionally inspired homes is a welcome addition to Avalon Park Wesley Chapel” Marks said. “With more than nine generations of homebuilding experience, Beazer Homes will both complement and broaden the range of home styles available in Avalon Park Wesley Chapel,” he added.
About Beazer Homes:
More tradition means more quality at Beazer Homes. We’ve been building homes across the United States for more than 35 years, but our history started way before that-in the 1600s with an English builder named George Beazer. Nine generations later, the Beazer family and name continue to stand for quality homebuilding, craftsmanship and innovation. Today, we are a top 10-homebuilder in the United States and have built more than 130,000 homes for happy Beazer homeowners.
About Avalon Park Wesley Chapel
Built on the rich traditions of small-town life, Avalon Park Wesley Chapel has a pedestrian friendly character with tree-lined streets meandering around lakes and neighborhood parks, nearby schools, and shops that are designed to evoke the ideal of main street America. Avalon Park Wesley Chapel will accommodate as many as 4,400 homes and more than 700,000 square feet of commercial space in its Town Center.
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