Village Development Partners holds ribbon cutting for Homes at Cohasset Village

December 02, 2016 - Owners Developers & Managers

Cohasset, MA Local developer Michael Roberts and representatives from Village Development Partners LLC, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Pilgrim Bank and Prospect Mortgage joined members of the community for the ribbon cutting celebration at The Homes at Cohasset Village, 11 new townhomes that are nearing completion.

Located at 2-22 James Lane in close proximity to the shops, restaurants and amenities of Cohasset Village, the development will include attached townhomes with two bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms offering 2,250 s/f of living space. Highlights include gourmet kitchens with custom cabinetry and Minuet Quartz countertops, hardwood flooring, crown molding, master bedroom suites with walk-in closet, bathrooms with high-end finishes including Carrera marble countertops with Nantucket basket weave ceramic tile and third-floor studio-style rooms.

Ribbon cutting at The Homes at Cohasset Village Ribbon cutting at The Homes at Cohasset Village

“I am so proud of what we have achieved with these homes,” said Roberts. “We wanted to offer affordable luxury to families and individuals who want to feel part of the village life, and I think we have exceeded our expectations.”

Roberts and partner John Waldstein of Village Development are developing the new homes. The development team has received numerous accolades over the years and was recognized by the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston for a mixed-used development that revitalized a neighborhood of Milton.

Construction financing has been provided by Pilgrim Bank. The Homes at Cohasset Village are exclusively marketed by Corey Axelson and Sinead Butler, sales associates affiliated with the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Cohasset.

“This is a rare opportunity to own a newly constructed townhome in the heart of Cohasset, near all of the town’s amenities and conveniences,” said Axelson. “Buyers will appreciate the high-quality construction and the community’s walkable setting.”

The Homes at Cohasset Village - Cohasset, MA The Homes at Cohasset Village - Cohasset, MA

“We are so proud to partner with Michael and his team, who have established a reputation as one of the premier builders of smart home developments in the region. The finest materials and design principles have been incorporated to create a community that will meet the needs of today’s buyers,” said Butler.

Village Development is a boutique development firm that specializes in the application of Smart Growth principles to the development of parcels of land that possess innate and often overlooked characteristics that lend themselves to the development of the site in a way that can be transformational to the community within which they are working. They do this by identifying suburban sites located within walking distance of existing concentrations of retail shops and services and, if possible, public transportation. These sites are often underutilized and can suffer from the ill effects of inappropriate zoning. They might also sit on the border between residential zones and commercial zones, yet are prohibited by zoning to host the sort of mixed-use development that is at the heart of smart growth development. Through research, community outreach and involvement of stakeholders, including merchants, residents, and town officials they work to fashion a plan that meets the needs of the community, while providing an economically viable development that produces benefits to all stakeholders.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is the largest residential real estate brokerage company in New England. With more than 4,000 affiliated sales associates and staff in 80 office locations, the organization serves consumers in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Maine. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is part of NRT LLC, the nation’s largest residential real estate brokerage company.



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