BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It seems like it was just a year or two ago that “The Bridges” was the hottest thing going in Boca-area real estate. Then came Seven Bridges which seemed to surprise “Bridges” owners who felt slighted that something nicer was being built across the street.
Well, there’s a new new kid on (down, actually) the block.
Berkeley Boca — also by GL Homes — is starting construction just north of South County Regional Park. Luxury homes will range from the $800s to $1.5 Million, and unlike the Bridges and Seven Bridges, you won’t feel like you’re on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship with 20,000 of your closest friends. (We exaggerate, but you get the point). This will be a small enclave of homes which sounds absolutely lovely if you’ve had enough of mega-community living. GL Homes is known for delivering a solid product.
Berkeley Boca is zoned for Sunrise Park Elementary, Eagles Landing Middle School and West Boca High.
Learn more by visiting GLHomes.com.
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