McBride & Son Homes, America’s largest union homebuilder, is about to launch a unique new home community that will combine single-family homes, neo-traditional row homes and luxury apartments.
The project will be in the new Maryland Oaks community located in Maryland Heights at the Northwest corner of the Page Extension and I-270 off of Basston Drive.
“McBride & Son is very excited to partner with the City of Maryland Heights,” said John F. Eilermann Jr., chairman and CEO of McBride & Son Companies. “This is going to be a great neighborhood in a great part of town.”
UNIQUE COMBINATION OF LIVING SPACES
Maryland Oaks will include 77 single-family two-story, ranch and story-and-a-half homes, 25 attached neo-traditional row homes and 240 luxury apartments in rear of the community that will feature five distinct one, two and three bedroom models to suit any stage of life. The row homes will have a streetscape reminiscent of city living with full brick fronts and rear-entry garages which makes for unbroken green spaces to the curb.
Amenities will include a luxury clubhouse with a 24-hour cutting edge fitness facility, resort style pool, outdoor cooking and dining areas, a landscaped walking trail, sidewalks throughout, a lake and an impressive entry with monument.
HOMES FOR EVERY LIFESTYLE
“One of the things that make it such an exceptional development is the variety of housing that meets the needs of people in differing stages of life,” Eilermann added. Layout of the entire complex is such that there will be no through traffic and heavily landscaped buffers between villages, said Eilermann.
Anticipated clearing and land development of the project is scheduled for late 2016.
AMERICA’S LEADING UNION BUILDER
McBride & Son Companies, an employee owned company that is not only the largest union home builder in the nation (they currently build in over 40 communities in metro St. Louis), they are the largest homebuilder in St. Louis and Missouri, the 29th largest privately-owned builder and the 51st largest overall builder in America, according to Builder Magazine.