Plymouth Receives Proposal for Custom Homes Catering to Empty Nesters
A development called “The Highlands on Dunkirk” would construct 21 single-family homes on a nearly 9-acre wooded site in the northwest part of the city.
The project would be east of the Plymouth dog park and north of the Northwest Greenway trail. It would involve the removal of two existing homes.
St. Michael-based Rachel Development and Plymouth-based Charles Cudd, a custom home builder, is partnering on the project.
According to officials involved with the project, the homes would be primarily single-level living and cater to empty nesters. Homes would begin in the $800,000 range.
The lots would be a similar size to other housing developments in the area. Those include Dunkirk Gateway to the north, Terra Vista to the east, and Aspen Hollow and Serenity on the Greenway to south.
The Plymouth City Council is expected to review the project at its Feb. 22 meeting. The Plymouth Planning Commission recommended approval of rezoning and a preliminary plat for the project.