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The Villas of Ada ~ Condo Construction Progresses ~ Ada MI

The update for the Villas of Ada, Ada MI  is that the bulldozers have moved in, 

three existing homes have been torn down and are on their way out.  We

have been watching the progress every day as we drive by. The road has

 been closed this week to hook up sewer and water. At the present it looks

 pretty more destructive than constructive, but that is what the building

process is all about. 

 

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A large home was here but is gone now. The one on the right is the only one left

of the three existing homes being removed.

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Our neighborhood connects to this parcel on the right. We can hear the dozers and

land moversworking away all day.  These photos are taken from Hall Street. The Ada

Drive entrance is at the other end of this development.  Check out my other blog article

about Villas of Ada.

 

If you would like further information about Ada Homes, please contact your neighborhood

specialist, Terry@TerryWestbrook.com

 

 

Terry Westbrook  -  Westbrook Realty - Copyright 2008  All rights reserved

Photos of Villas of Ada parcel development by Terry Westbrook

 

 

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Comment balloon 2 commentsTerry & Bonnie Westbrook • July 09 2008 08:55PM

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Gee, Terry!  I hope the places they tore down are really ugly, even it the new homes are probably going to be pretty stunning.  I hate to see pretty old places fall to the bulldozer.

Posted by Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital (RLAH Real Estate) over 12 years ago

Nothing stunning - the houses were just average homes.

Posted by Terry & Bonnie Westbrook, Westbrook Realty - Grand Rapids Forest Hills MI Re (Westbrook Realty Broker-Owner) over 12 years ago

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