An early priority of the master plan, 20 percent of all housing in Highland Bridge will be income restricted housing. Partners, Project for Pride in Living (PPL), CommonBond Communities and Habitat for Humanity are providing rental and ownership options.
The 15-block rowhome district, built by Pulte, offers owners a wide range of sizes and price points to choose from, with versatile floorplans, all-electric options and enclosed parking. Select units feature rooftop terraces with views of the river, parks and water features. Six of the rowhomes in this charming, urban district will be affordable housing, delivered in partnership with Ryan and Habitat for Humanity.
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Weidner, an experienced multifamily owner/operator, is the provider of market-rate apartments at Highland Bridge. These LEED-certified apartments come in varying flexible floorplans—from studio apartments to larger family units.
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Connecting neighborhoods up and down Mississippi River Boulevard, the soft edges of Highland Bridge build upon the existing neighborhood character of the river valley corridor. Among custom homes is the option to build small multi-unit housing or carriage houses.
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Developed in partnership with Presbyterian Homes and Services, housing options for seniors at Marvella span the continuum of care—independent, assisting living and memory—allowing residents to age in place in their neighborhood of choice while co-mingling with diverse generations. Located in an amenity-rich section of the site, seniors are just steps away from restaurants, grocery and greenspace.
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