CHARLOTTE — Pulte Homes plans to invest $1.64 million in building townhouses in two residential developments, according to Mecklenburg County building permits.
On Friday, the county issued nine building permits to PulteGroup, a subsidiary of the Bloomfield, Mich.-based homebuilding giant, to build five two-story units in Park South Station and four in Stone Creek Ranch.
Each of the attached homes in Park South Station, off Archdale Drive between South Boulevard and Park Road, will cost roughly $186,414 to build and be around 1,900 square feet. Existing townhouses in the subdivision are listed for $160,000 to $265,000 on a website for PulteGroup’s Charlotte office.
Each of the units in Stone Creek Ranch, near Providence Road and Interstate 485, will cost around $10,000 less to build and be about 100 square feet smaller. Pricing for the townhouses in Stone Creek was not immediately available.
All nine of the townhouses will have two to three bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms apiece.
Pulte Homes, headquartered in a suburb of Detroit, has more than one subsidiary. PulteGroup builds and markets homes under the Centex, Pulte Homes and Del Webb brands.
Over the past year, the Charlotte branch of Pulte was awarded nearly 300 residential building permits in Mecklenburg County over the past year — 20 of them in the past month alone — according to county records.
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