Giant home builder makes its Eagle Rock debut

May 30, 2012

The “Grand Opening” signs are up and the banners are waving outside of Mosaic, an 18-home Eagle Rock development being constructed by national home building giant Pulte Homes. Most of the new homes that have been built in Eagle Rock – and across much of the Eastside – are often the work of smaller, independent builders and developers.  The Mosaic development on Ellenwood Drive started off as a project by one of those small builders,  Heyday Partnership, which is known for developing homes under the city’s  small-lot subdivision ordinance, which allows builders to squeeze more single-family homes into building lots. But last August Heyday sold the still unbuilt project to Pulte, which promptly recast the contemporary-style development into a tract of more traditional-looking homes (think arches, shutters and simulated red-tile roofs.)

The units went on sale May 19, with prices ranging from about $419,880 to $529,800. Despite Pulte’s sizeable marketing muscle, all 18 homes in different stages of construction remain available for sale, according to the company website.

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