CROFTON, Md., April 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Caruso Homes (www.CarusoHomes.com), a residential builder headquartered in Crofton, Maryland, has received approval from the Town of Hillsborough, N.C. for their Collins Ridge community, which will be located directly behind the Daniel Boone Village Shopping Center. The community, which will be situated on 124 acres owned by Elizabeth Collin's heirs, was approved as a mixed-use residential community. Caruso Homes is finalizing an agreement with CASA development to provide 14 low income veterans homes, plus 74 additional low income homes, in this amenity-rich new home community offering a community center, pool, multiple parks, public transportation and a focus on walkability. The large community is projected to include up to 300 market rate apartments, 200 senior targeted apartments, 300 two-story and three-story townhomes and 150 single family detached homes. The real estate brokers for the project were Bonnie Gates, Orange Realty, and Sam Munday, NAI Piedmont Triad.
"After 30 years of building luxury crafted homes, we are excited to introduce our quality and superior customer service to the Hillsborough market," says Jeffrey Caruso, CEO/Owner of Caruso Homes. "We have worked closely with the Town of Hillsborough to ensure that Collins Ridge maintains the integrity and character of the historic community with a vision to create a diverse, amenity-rich neighborhood that promotes a healthy, active lifestyle for its residents."
The Collins Ridge project team is represented by Jeffrey Caruso, CEO, Caruso Homes; Randy L. Sexton, land acquisition director, Caruso Homes; Beth Trahos, attorney, Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP; Brian Purdy, RLA, ASLA, LEED, principal planner, McAdams Company; Jonathon Moore, engineer, McAdams Company; Rachel Cotter, RLS, principal landscape architect, McAdams Company; Will Letchworth, transportation engineer, Volkert Engineering; Monty Hagler, president, RLF Communications and Michelle Rash, vice president, RLF Communications.
Through the past year of review and hearings, Mayor Tom Steven oversaw multiple hearings with the town commissioners and county board members.
About Caruso Homes
Founded in 1986, Caruso Homes is an award-winning home builder based in Crofton, Md. offering a variety of new home communities in suburban Maryland and on Maryland's Eastern Shore. In addition to traditional single-family home communities, Caruso Homes' projects include Symphony Village, a premier resort-style community for active adults, and Caruso Homes On Your Lot custom home division. Caruso Homes has recently expanded its operation, opening a second office in Cary, N.C., to serve the greater Raleigh area. For more information, visit www.carusohomes.com.
SOURCE Caruso Homes