“I think what sets Lokal Homes apart is that our business model is the sum of our experiences. We are delivering a quality product, designed for the Colorado lifestyle. Each new home has a large variety of upgrades and an elevated set of standards and we are building homes that we would want to live in.”
That’s Lokal Homes marketing manager, Nickki Pucher, speaking about the vision of the growing Front Range builder who currently builds from Monument and Castle Rock in the south, through Aurora and Highlands Ranch centrally, to Westminster and Fort Collins in the north. Much of Lokal’s offerings are priced from the low to upper $300s.
“Our buyers deserve to know first and foremost that we’re going to deliver exceptional design, quality and style as a given,” she added. “We understand that part of a home’s enduring value is its location and proximity to amenities, its convenience to shopping and dining, its access to good schools and public transportation."
Pucher noted that part of Lokal’s strategy for affordability is adding a robust portfolio of attached home offerings like condos and townhomes. “We’ve found a way to make multi-family homes an intuitive, first choice for today’s buyers and we’re leading the industry in the design and construction because we see the clear value we can deliver,” she said.
Lokal’s head residential designer Jessica Meier-Jones concurs. “What’s made our attached homes so popular is that we’ve incorporated many features from single family homes that make them live and feel big like wide hallways, wide staircases, standard door sizes and tall ceilings.” Meier-Jones explained that Lokal’s attached homes deliver a value that makes home ownership possible for a wider range of buyers, many first-time buyers, that single family homes simply cannot. “Plus, we gain efficiencies in materials, land and the building process which allows us to deliver a superb at an alternative, attractive price point,” she said.
Pucher pointed to the just opened Hyland Village community in Westminster. The 53-home enclave is located near the Hyland Hills Golf Course and is just a mile to the new downtown Westminster. The two-to-three bedroom luxury townhomes are priced from the mid $300s, range from 1,703 to 2,009 square feet and include an attached two-car garage.
All Lokal homes are built with sustainable, low-maintenance features, including James Hardie cement siding and architectural stone, dual-pane vinyl windows and high-efficiency furnaces and are backed by a highly rated Three Peaks Warranty.
“Lokal’s team leaders understand that what makes a city great, is that it has good housing for its residents,” added Pucher. “We’re committed to delivering a home and a building experience we’d be proud to share with our family and friends. The company is named Lokal for good reason and we take our commitment to the community very seriously.”
To learn more or to join the interest lists for Lokal’s upcoming communities, contact Hope Pexton at (720) 656-4512. More information is available online at www.lokalhomes.com