Bend, Oregon – NorthWest Crossing, Oregon’s largest mixed-use community, today announced that it is offering homesites for sale to the public. This new offering is an expansion of the neighborhood’s “Custom Choice @ NorthWest Crossing” program, which allows potential buyers to select a homesite and work directly with a NorthWest Crossing approved builder to design and construct the home of their choice.
“When we started Custom Choice, we wanted to offer buyers one more unique alternative for living in NorthWest Crossing,” said David Quiros, principal broker for NorthWest Crossing Realty. “Adding new homesites to the program just made good sense and we have already garnered a high amount of interest from the public.”
This will be the first time that the community has offered homesites for sale to the general public. Previously, homesites were only available by lottery to the NorthWest Crossing Builders’ Guild, a group of approximately 25 approved neighborhood builders.
Buyers will be offered incentives if they choose to work with a builder who is part of the Builders’ Guild, although they can choose to work with a builder of their choice. All homes built through the program must undergo the community’s standard architectural review process.
Forty-eight homesites from 4,700 to over 15,000 square feet are currently available with prices ranging from $135,000 to $230,000.
NorthWest Crossing is a mixed-use community on Bend’s west side which was selected as the 2006 Most Successful Development in Oregon by BUILDERnews magazine and was also a 2006 featured project by the Urban Land Institute. West Bend Property Company LLC, a partnership of Brooks Resources Corporation and Tennant Family Limited Partnership, is developing the community. Both companies, based in Bend, have solid histories of commitment to thoughtful, quality real estate developments in Central Oregon. Their goal of creating a livable and sustainable community at NorthWest Crossing is rooted in their understanding and respect for the true essence of Bend and the Central Oregon lifestyle. To find out more, visit the NorthWest Crossing real estate website.