If you've been out to Palisade for the Colorado Mountain Winefest and are now dreaming of relocating to Palisade to open a winery, drink local wine or perhaps to simply enjoy the charm of the Grand
Southeast Grand Junction: More housing options at an affordable price
New homes and new neighborhoods are under construction all across the Pear Park/southeast part of town, with multiple builders and developers working in the area.
Some neighborhoods, like River Trail subdivision, are working through their final filing. River Trail was started in 2012, when the local real estate market had yet to recover from the housing crisis. For the last seven years, Senergy Builders has been steadily building and selling Energy Star-rated homes with solar on the roof and upgraded energy efficient amenities throughout the home.
“It’s been a good project, and it’s been a lot of fun,” said Mike Queally, with Apex Real Estate, who has been the exclusive listing agent for the subdivision.
The final filing includes 13 single family lots and one attached townhome unit. Five of the homes in the newest filing are already under contract, but there are also a few homes available from other filings.
Darin Carei, owner of Senergy Builders, recently purchased 19 acres adjacent to River Trail and is the process of expanding the neighborhood, but has yet to submit plans for development of the property.
Steve Voytilla, owner of GJ Homebuilders, has been steadily building for several years at Pear Park North, near 30 and Dxk Road, where he still has 10 lots available for building.
“We sold three houses last week,” Voytilla said. “We can’t build fast enough.”
Thanks to the success at Pear Park North, Voytilla developed another southeast neighborhood, Fox Meadows,
Toni Heiden-Moran is owner/broker for Weichert, Realtors – Heiden Homes Realty, 735 Rood Avenue, in the historic downtown area of Grand Junction, Colorado. Toni has more than 40 years of experience ....
Latest Blog Posts
There is a flurry of activity in the north area, with several new residential areas coming into the market, as well as new commercial projects. Improved infrastructure and public spaces, along with