Lennar Plans 4 New Communities in Madison

Responding to the growing need for competitively-priced housing in Wisconsin, Lennar Homes will develop single-family projects.

Windsor Crossing. Image courtesy of Lennar Corporation

Lennar Corporation will increase its local presence in the Madison, Wis., area by developing four new single-family home communities. They are Highlands of Netherwood, The Meadows of Kettle Park West, The Reserve and Windsor Crossing.

The new communities will deliver 23 of the most highly-sought floor plans Lennar offers to the Dairy State cities of Sun Prairie, Stoughton, Windsor and Oregon. Lennar has unveiled completed models and is offering new homes for sale.

Homes in the new communities will feature one- and two-story floor plans. Layouts will range in size from 1,723 square feet to 2,907 square feet and offer three- to four-bedrooms and two or three baths.

Well situated

Features and finishes in the homes are set to include kitchen islands, designer stained or white cabinets, Moen faucets, GE stainless steel appliances and Ring video doorbells and security systems. Each of the communities has its own distinctive package of amenities, among them on-site parks, schools and pavilions.

The home prices range from middle $400,000s to the high $500,000s.

The Madison metropolitan region is home to a wide range of employers representing a diverse cross-section of industries. These include American Family Insurance, American Girl, Sub-Zero, Trek Bicycle, Land’s End, Colony Brands and John Deere.

Each of the new home communities is located near recreational lakes, downtowns, golf courses, wineries, family-owned farm and dairy stores and other attractions. Each is less than a 20-minute drive from the state capital district of downtown Madison.

Nearby Interstate 90 and I-94 provide residents with convenient access to job centers throughout south-central Wisconsin while also putting them only an hour from Milwaukee, 75 minutes from the Lake Geneva resort area and 90 minutes from Lake Michigan.

Two months ago, CRG acquired a 0.8-acre site for development of student housing within walking distance of the University of Wisconsin Madison.

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