Windom Hill Place
’s first four town homes, located above 10th Street on the South Side
, are now complete. The project’s model unit was showcased during an opening celebration on November 9.
The three-story, 2,800 square-foot units feature three bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms and finished lower levels. Amenities include ten-foot ceilings, two-car garages and balconies overlooking downtown. The contemporary craftsman style town homes were designed by John Martine of Strada Architects
and constructed by Sota Construction Services
; developer is Windom Hill Place, LLP.
“We were careful to make decisions with a lot of thoughtfulness, so that when we were done, we would not need to change much,” says Ernie Sota, whose work on Windom Hill was recently profiled in The New York Times
Sota, who expects phase two to begin soon, is particularly excited about the use of native plants, such as American cranberry and asters, which require lower maintenance and provide a habitat for birds and butterflies.
Designed to significantly reduce energy consumption, Windom Hill is Energy Star
compliant, meeting strict guidelines set by the EPA and U.S. Department of Energy. The project utilizes renewable and recycled materials, including bamboo and cork flooring, exterior aluminum panels and cast stone.
“The high quality design, meticulous attention to detail and sustainable green features are what everybody should be conscious of in the way they live,” says Barbara Kurdys Miller with Prudential Preferred Realty
, who is marketing the four untis now for sale.
Writer: Jennifer Baron
Sources: Ernie Sota; Barbara Kurdys Miller Image courtesy of Sota Construction Services, Inc.