Recently, The Laker/Lutz News ran a feature on the return of the housing market, prominently featuring the successful home sales at WaterGrass. Here’s a snippet from the article:

We love the Tampa market,” said Barbara Kininmonth, vice president of sales and marketing for Crown Community Development, which owns the WaterGrass development off Curley Road. “We love it so much that we sold out all our single-family lots in phase one* at WaterGrass.”

The community, designed for just under 1,200 homes, has more than 400* in the books already. With the first phase complete, Crown now has plans to start 356 additional home sites for* five builders — Standard Pacific Homes, Ryland Homes, Homes by WestBay, Bakerfield Luxury Homes and Arthur Rutenberg Homes.

Sales picked up briskly once the housing market returned because WaterGrass spent the money needed to maintain common areas, and to keep it attractive for any potential buyers who wandered in.

“We develop communities across the country, and our standards never decreased,” Kininmonth said. “The level of upkeep for the community never changed. We worked to make sure lots were ready for builders, and we continued on plans for parks and other amenities, all as they were originally planned” during the boom.

Read the full article, “Sleeping Pasco communities reawakened with new homes.”

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*Corrected from original text.