Eighty per cent of the units in Phase I of the $30 million Venetian West community have already been reserved, with immediate construction now on the agenda..
The gated community in western New Providence welcomed more than 300 attendees to view the completed model homes at the second open house, held on Saturda,y July 19. Phase one of the 42-acre, $30 million development located in western New Providence is nearly completely reserved.
“Eighty per cent of the units slated for immediate construction are already reserved,” said Jeffrey Kerr, President of Brickell Management Group, the management company for Venetian West.
“The overwhelming response from buyers is a testament to the attractive investment opportunity that Venetian West offers, filling the need for luxury homes in a secure community at an affordable price.”
Phase one features 211 condominiums and townhomes with four options for buyers to choose from.
The development’s use of innovative construction technology includes light gauge steel and Hebel Paneling, which offer lower maintenance costs, fire resistance, mold and termite resistance, extreme weather resistance, high acoustic absorbing properties and insulation which assists in improving energy ratings.
“Using steel as a building material instead of wood helps in conserving forest resources and makes steel a favourable green building solution,” said Glen Deegan, Venetian West’s steel frame detailer, who has more than 12 years experience in the industry.
“When compared to wood, steel is a stronger and lighter building material. It is also termite and fire proof, and has greater resistance against extreme weather conditions like hurricanes, which makes it ideal for this market.”