Pulte’s Preliminary Plat approval for Marshes of Bloomfield Rosemount, MN

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Pulte has received preliminary plat approval from Rosemount for a  new 182 lot sub-division called  the Marshes of Bloomfield.

The plans may change slightly as Pulte tabled the approval process while they work on some revisions.  Check back with the City of Rosemount to see when they get back on the agenda.

Marshes of Bloomfield location map
Marshes of Bloomfield Preliminary Plat

Looks like a nice project for Pulte.  There is no pricing information available as this project is not through the approval process yet.  I will keep you posted.

 Although it looks like a nice project, they may have some tough competition depending on their price point.
Currently Lennar appears to be in the final phase of the Glendalough of Evermoor neighborhood of 155 home sites.
Rottlund is still working on their Harmony neighborhood of 519 mixed use units.
RMLS data shows an 8 month supply of homes, or 194 actives, in Rosemount for month ending July 2011.  This is on the higher end of what you should be adding inventory to.  I would venture to guess the Pulte is well aware of this and phase their project accordingly.


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2 responses to “Pulte’s Preliminary Plat approval for Marshes of Bloomfield Rosemount, MN

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