redt Homes, a leading developer of sustainable and energy-efficient homes, has announced the successful rezoning of an auto service building at the corner of 38th Avenue and Perry Street in the Berkley neighborhood of Colorado.
The company plans to redevelop the 0.58 acre site into 25 LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified townhomes.
The proposed development will feature a variety of sustainable and energy-efficient features, including high-efficiency HVAC systems and energy-efficient appliances.
The townhomes will also be designed to maximize natural light and air flow, which will help to reduce the building's energy consumption and carbon footprint.
The location of the development is particularly noteworthy, as it is situated on the border of the Berkley neighborhood in proximity to the Highlands and Sloan Lake.
The rezoning of the auto service building is a significant milestone for redt Homes and is a testament to the company's commitment to building sustainable and energy-efficient homes.
The development will not only provide much-needed housing in the area but also contribute to the neighborhood's revitalization and sustainability.
The project is estimated to take about 12-18 months to complete, and redt Homes has already begun acquiring the necessary permits for demolition and construction.
Neighbors are excited about the prospect of having additional housing options in their area, as well as increased property values.
The townhomes will range from 1,351 square feet to 2,033 square feet with two dedicated affordable units.
Construction is set to begin in the coming months, and interested buyers are encouraged to contact redt Homes to learn more about this exciting new development and to reserve their place in the community.