Homes will still have the same look and many of the same architectural details as existing homes, just on a smaller scale, said Bill de Bruin and Robert Duffy of the developer’s office. De Bruin said the developer’s office feels people are looking for slightly smaller homes and do not have as many available options.
“We’re seeing homes go down to an average size of around 2,000 square feet or smaller,” he said. “We’re getting a lot of interest in the smaller footprint.”
“We did a market study,” Duffy added. “It indicated that folks are still looking for smaller; smaller is better. Not necessarily decreasing the quality, just the size. We realized there are some other opportunities out there and people are finding things they’re not finding in St. James.
Original Article From St. Port Pilot
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