FREMONT – After extreme weather and extensive flooding resulted in numerous delays, one housing development will finally get underway at Gallery 23 East this week.
The Home Company, the developer in charge of one housing area within the greater Gallery 23 East development, will break ground on their “Gallery 23 brownstones” on Thursday. The brownstones will be a series of attached townhomes featuring two-car garages, open-concept floorplans, three bedrooms and square footages ranging from 1,100-1,700. The exteriors will be available in various color schemes and feature front porches and well landscaped yards. The Gallery 23 brownstones will have two layouts and varying square footage. Depending on the floorplan and finishes, prices will range from $179,900 up to $220,000.
“Boyer Young planned to introduce the brownstone-style townhomes earlier in the year,” said Dave Vogtman from The Home Company, “prior to the extensive flooding in and around Fremont, Omaha and Nebraska as a whole. Now that we’ve assessed the damage, I think this is just what homeowners need.”
Boyer Young, The Home Company’s parent company, purchased the land for the brownstones from main developers Mike & Bill Cosentino, who are actively working on the rest of Gallery 23 East which features retail and commercial business spaces, as well as additional multifamily and single-family housing.
“We welcomed the Gallery 23 East development in 2017 and in addition to all of the neighborhood amenities that it’s bringing, we are so excited to add another housing option to the growing community of Fremont. I hope this will continue drawing people to the area,” said Fremont Mayor Scott Getzchman.
Due to wet conditions at the building site, the groundbreaking celebration will be held indoors at the Fremont Golf Club, 2710 N Somers Ave on Thursday May 30th from 4-6pm. There will be drinks and appetizers, and the developers will show off videos and photos of the new housing concept.
The Gallery 23 brownstones will be near the retail amenities of Gallery 23 East and the 14-acre Lake Galleria. The Home Company hopes to have the first brownstone product done and available for purchase in late fall 2019.