Posted by – Shawn Keenan, Assistant City Planner
It’s often reported that there is a growing need in America for more diverse housing options to fit the demand of today’s shifting demographics. While driving around metro Detroit you will often see newer neighborhoods with either large homes (often described as “McMansions”), usually between 2,600 to 4,000 sq. ft., or rental developments composed of higher density multi-family units.
While there is nothing wrong with these types of developments, many people want something in between – often called “missing middle housing.” A recent survey conducted by real estate website Trulia, found that 44% of Americans want an average-sized home somewhere between 1,400 and 2,600 sq. ft.
Well, a new housing development is progressing in the City of Auburn Hills known as Forester Hills, located along Old Adams Road. The builder believes the project will sell out quickly due to consumer demand. Forester Hills offers 28 single-family homes in both ranch (1,530 to 1,631 sq. ft.) and split-level (2,103 to 2,236 sq. ft.) styles.
These homes will also be “age-friendly” with an assortment of desired features such as low maintenance and durable exterior brick siding, 32” wide doors, wider hallways, main floor master bedrooms, a passive park, and is in close proximity to the City’s River Woods Park and Clinton River Trail.
For more information about Forester Hills, contact sales representative Stefano Militello at (586) 212-6308.