Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012
Santana Row is an upscale shopping, residential, dining and entertainment complex. It offers a mix of high-end and mid-tier retail shops, ranging from luxury brands like Gucci and Burberry to casual brands like Diesel and H&M. Also on the row are restaurants ranging from local concepts like Left Bank Brasserie and sister restaurant LB Steak, Pizza Antica, and Blowfish, to chains like The Counter, Chilli’s and Little Italy.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to have Santa Row in your back yard! Check out the brand new Midtown Village by SummerHill Homes just a few blocks from Santana Row. Whether you are a shopper, a foodie or enjoy a vibrant night life you will love this picturesque area of Santa Clara.
Midtown Village offers sophisticated living in vibrant Santa Clara, and close to all the amenities you love. You will be sure to find a home that’s right for you at Midtown Village. Featuring 36 single family detached homes & 74 single family detached townhomes the The Boulevards and The Avenues.
THE BOULEVARDS - 36 homes: Two-Story Single Family detached homes with traditional backyards. Offering three floor plan types to include from 4 to 5 bedrooms and from 2½ to 3½ baths with approx. 2,235 – 2,717 square feet of living space. Anticipated from the high $800,000s
COMING 2013: THE AVENUES - 74 Three-Story Single Family detached homes. These homes will offer from 3 to 4 bedrooms and from 2½ to 3 baths with four plan types ranging from approximately 1,782 to 2,166 square feet of living space. Anticipated from the low $800,000s
Centrally located at 90 North Winchester Boulevard in the city of Santa Clara. This vibrant location will offer 110 single family detached homes, and a beautiful new one acre neighborhood park. Work and play are within reach at this new neighborhood with very convenient Silicon Valley commute access, stunning outdoors with close by parks, walkable retail destinations, inviting outdoor dining, combined with the fashionable retail amenities of Santana Row and Westfield Valley Fair Mall nearby, Midtown Village is the place to live. Whatever your lifestyle, Midtown Village’s ideal location and distinctive community lets you create a life uniquely you. For more information click here.
Be sure to check our Facebook page regularly for the latest announcements and sneak peeks!
Tags: city of santa clara, Community, dining, midtown, New, san jose, santana row, shopping, silicon valley, SummerHill Homes, vibrant night life, winchester boulevard
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Thursday, June 9th, 2011
So here we all are – bouncing along the housing market bottom.Â While this bottom bouncing doesnâ€™t feel great, trends indicate that the worst is behind us here in the Bay Area.Â Â So does that mean itâ€™s the time to buy?
Once the foreclosure mess really begins to clear up, say housing economists, the traditional drivers of the housing marketâ€”demographics, affordability, loan availability, employment and psychologyâ€”should take over.
While we are still working through some foreclosure activity in the Bay Area many of our local housing markets are performing well – with stable to increasing median prices, brief market times and decreasing available housing supply. Â (more…)
Friday, September 17th, 2010
CNN reports: Â A housing rebound? Yes, it’s possible.
On Yahoo! Â Finance, Summary Box: Mortgage rates rise to 4.37 pct (and still at lowest rates historically!)
Although SummerHill experienced sales at all of our communities this summer, SJ Business Journal reports:Â Bay Area home sales hit low in August – Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal
Good will is apparent with this story, which is close to our hearts:Â Silicon Valley Community Foundation raises more than $200k for San Bruno fire fund – Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010
Did you know that SummerHill’s very ownÂ Redwood Gate is located in Palo Alto?
Thursday, July 8th, 2010
California has already received an estimated 7,750 applications and reservations for the Â California New Home Tax Credit! Â They’re estimating that 70% of the estimated total requested credit is already reaching over $50 million. Â Unfortunately, they haven’t finished updating their computer system, so these are all estimates for now. Â Time is certainly of the essence to reserve your share of the tax credit. Â Merimont, Redwood Gate, Satake Estates, and Village Square all have homes that would be eligible for tax credit.
Now for more of what’s happening in real estate & financial news:
Tags: california, california tax, merimont, redwood gate, San Francisco, satake estates, silicon valley, summerhill, tax credit, trulia, update, Village Square
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Monday, April 12th, 2010
That’s right although the dreary rain makes summer seem so far away, it’s almost summertime! Â Before you know it, the time will have arrived for summer camp!
We’re here to help you get started on planning summer activities with a few tips for you on the perfect local camps for your child:
Stanford is just up the street from Redwood Gate in Palo Alto. Â Stanford offers many exciting academic and athletic camps at their campus for kids from 7 to 18. Â Learn more about these exciting offerings: http://www.stanford.edu/dept/rde/scs/youth/.
Keep reading for more can’t miss summer camps…. (more…)
Tags: bay area, day trip, family, kids, local, merimont, mountain view, new homeowners, palo alto, redwood gate, san bruno, satake estates, silicon valley, stanford, summer
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Friday, February 19th, 2010
Happy Chinese New Year that is! The 2010 Chinese New Year began on February 14th with the new moon and involves a host of festivities lasting approximately 2 weeks. Welcome the Year of the Tiger (see a traditional chinese papercut version of the tiger below). The Tiger is a sign of bravery and brings protection, courage and power. Sounds to me like a much needed sign for this recovering economy. If you are looking for ways to welcome this encouraging sign, you don’t have to look far! Here are some local ways to celebrate this Chinese New Year!
Friday, November 20th, 2009
The news this week has mostly focused on our sister market, commercial real estate, as it continues to struggle through this tough time- see this Forbes.com summary article. Meanwhile, CNN published a story about the ups and downs ofÂ small real estate business.Â Local news regarding the home market has improved, the SJMN says prices are up in the Silicon Valley. With the newly extended tax credit, many Â are forecasting a bright 2010. Here’s our quick referral sheet for more information about this great tax extension.
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Wednesday, September 9th, 2009
And a good Walk Score is not the only thing Village Square offers.
Village Square is really an oasis in the midst of Urban Living.Â It reminds me of the row homes in San Francisco, but better because the weather in San Jose is pretty awesome year round.
If youâ€™ve been checking out the condominiums in San Jose and wanting a little more space and more storage, youâ€™ve got to check out Village Square.Â With attached 2-car or 2-car tandem garages, there is plenty of space to store your bikes, skis or snowboards, or just stuffâ€¦.â€™Cause we all have stuff that needs a home.
Thursday, August 13th, 2009
Yesterday, I tweeted about this cool new memory chip from Apple that allows you to download photos from your camera to your computer wirelessly, yes, wirelessly. Â Now I haven’t tried it yet, but I would like to as I am inevitably searching for a the connection cable when I want to download photos at work to upload on our Facebook pages or even here for our blog.
This got me thinking about our new homes. Â One of the things that sometimes goes unnoticed is how easy it is to have your own home network. (more…)