Lakewood’s West Line Village selling homes it hasn’t even built yet
Brisk sales at transit-oriented neighborhood leads builders to launch second sales phase early

The first homes there won’t receive their final coats of paint until this summer, but the development team behind a major residential project in Lakewood is already courting buyers for the second batch of row homes and duplexes it is building.

Citing strong interest in its first batch of 28 homes, DIRC Homes, Trailbreak Partners and T.O.D. Properties announced last week that sales have officially opened for Phase 2 of West Line Village. The 175-residence development, named for the nearby light-rail line that is also the project’s chief amenity, is coming out of the ground now near the intersection of West 10th Avenue and Depew Street in the suburban city west of Denver.
As of last week, 24 of the initial batch of 28 homes had been sold despite crews only breaking ground on them in October, according to Jeff Plous, West Line Village’s sales manager. Since last week’s announcement about Phase 2, buyers have already claimed two of the 29 homes included in that group.  Read the article by  | | The Denver Post

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