Eden & Main coming soon to Southington, CT

Posted on: 04-17-19

Southington, CT –  Homestake Capital is proud to announce that construction has begun on the first building of its newest townhome community in Connecticut. “Eden & Main will give its residents an opportunity to live in a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood right in the heart of downtown Southington. Based on the high volume of prospect inquiries, early indications seem to suggest that this project will be well-received,” said Michael J. Kokes, Managing Principal of Homestake.

Eden & Main is being developed by Lovley Development, one of Connecticut’s most reputable homebuilding companies. “We are thrilled to have such an experienced builder overseeing this community for us. Mark Lovley and his team have established an award-winning reputation for delivering high-quality homes around the Greater Hartford region. With over 450 units completed in recent years, Mark has distinguished himself as an industry leader, and we are confident that his involvement at Eden & Main will only serve to enhance demand for our product,” Kokes said.

“The new home market in Hartford County remains underserved. At $229,900, Eden & Main offers buyers a rare opportunity to enjoy new construction at an affordable price. In an area where most of the existing housing stock is more than 40 years old, that’s a very compelling value proposition.”

Pre-construction pricing from $229,900 is now available for a limited time only.  Prospective buyers seeking to take advantage of this special are encouraged to call 860-302-5173 or email info@EdenandMainTownhomes.com.

About Homestake Capital, LLC

Homestake Capital, LLC, a boutique real estate investment firm located in Monmouth County, New Jersey, is focused on providing direct investment and non-traditional lending to residential and commercial developers. Homestake further adds value by providing development and building experience to the sponsor or borrower. Homestake’s unique niche is providing capital for projects that are too big for one investor, but too “small” for a traditional institutional investor. To learn more, visit homestakecapital.com.

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