Pinion Park Neighborhood Breaks Ground: Q&A With Project Managers
Affordable housing is on the way in Norwood – Pinion Park has officially broken ground. But what does that mean for locals in the region?
We sat down with David Bruce and Paul Major, the project managers currently working on making Pinion Park a reality. Interested in buying a home? You need to watch this video now and start making moves to secure one of these properties.
Pinion Park is a 24-home deed-restricted subdivision in the heart of Norwood that is backed by the Telluride Foundation with a land donation from San Miguel County. The single-family homes are expected to be available for sale this summer.
Teachers and other essential workers in Norwood will have first priority, followed by a wider audience in the Norwood and Telluride areas. The goal of this project, as explained by Major, was not to make this community a commuter subdivision, but rather, cater to the needs of the people of Norwood.
Properties will range from 2-3 bedrooms with either sheds or garages, Bruce adds, emphasizing the need for storage. While pricing has not been finalized, they expect the properties to sell on a sliding scale based on the lot amenities with homes ranging from $195k to $395k.
Click here to view all of the current floorplans.
The project has officially broken ground and the demand has been high, so if you have any interest in purchasing a home in the Pinion Park subdivision this summer, visit the website to sign up for more information and contact us for any real estate-related questions. It’s imperative you start making moves now so you can be prepared when the houses become available.