A new, single-family townhome community is coming to Anne Arundel County. Resmark Land and Housing, a division of The Los Angeles-based Resmark Companies, and Timberlake Homes announced at the end of January that construction is underway on Creekstone Village in Pasadena. The project is expected to be completed in 36 months.
The community is located at 8029 Jumpers Hole Road, adjacent to routes 100 and 2, and just minutes from downtown Baltimore. It will consist of 89 colonial-style townhomes, each standing three stories tall, with elegant brick exteriors. The townhomes will range from 1,720 to 2,636 square feet. They will feature three bedrooms, two full baths and one half bath, as well as one- or two-car garages.
“Resmark’s investment with Timberlake Homes for the development of Creekstone Village reflects the growing demand for housing in the Baltimore–D.C. area,” stated R. Kent Grahl, president, Resmark Land and Housing. “Timberlake’s depth of experience and strong reputation in the area are the ideal match for the project’s quality location near major employers, Annapolis and the Beltway.”
Community amenities include a clubhouse with business center, resort-style outdoor pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, a children’s play area and dog park. Although close to two major highways, Creekstone Village will be well buffered by heavily treed landscaping. Residents will be close to many shopping and restaurant options as well as major employers. Located just a few miles from Creekstone Village, Fort Meade is expected to provide over 5,000 new jobs in the next few years.
“Creekstone Village is an ideal project for this community, which is undergoing a renaissance in terms of job growth and housing,” said John H. Minzer, president and CEO, Timberlake Homes. “We are extremely proud and grateful to have provided new homes for thousands of area homebuyers in the course of almost 50 years, and in partnership with Resmark, we’re looking forward to delivering this premier new project for the next generation of home buyers.”
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