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Kings Way Homes New Partner for Pabst Farms Condominiums

Nov. 5, 2009

Pabst Farms officials announced that it is partnering with Kings Way Homes to build and market Village Crossing at Pabst Farms, a 144–unit luxury condominium development consisting of side-by-side, maintenance-free condominium homes.

 

The addition of Kings Way Homes, an Elm Grove based home builder and realty company, creates an innovative and dynamic team to construct, market and sell the condominiums in Village Crossing at Pabst Farms. The new luxury condominiums take full advantage of the conveniences a master-planned community has to offer.

 

Pabst Farms offers a complete living experience by integrating residential, retail and commercial environments into one thoughtfully developed master-planned community. Located off of I-94 and Hwy 67, Pabst Farms offers all the conveniences and amenities of an urban area in a breathtaking Lake Country setting. Residents can walk to stores, the local school and YMCA.

 

Kings Way brings 37 years of first-class homebuilding experience to the condominium portion of the Pabst Farms development. Over the past three decades, Kings Way has constructed thousands of homes and has become one of the most respected home builders in southeastern Wisconsin, winning more prestigious Parade of Homes awards than any other builder. Kings Way continues to grow as an industry leader in design, construction and promotion of quality single-family homes and home sites. Kings Way is a ‘preferred builder’ in Eastlake Village, a subdivision of single-family homes at Pabst Farms.

 

Bill Baesemann, who founded Kings Way in 1972 and has served as President of the Metropolitan Milwaukee Builders Association, commented that “our new joint venture with Pabst Farms fits perfectly within our business philosophy of building top quality residential buildings in outstanding developments.”

 

The affiliation of Pabst Farms and Kings Way Homes comes at a fortuitous time when signs of stabilization for the local housing market are beginning. According to Peter Bell, president of Pabst Farms Development Inc., “With the upcoming opening of the state-of-the-art Aurora Medical Center at Pabst Farms and expanding store fronts at the Market Place, our community has good momentum going into next year.” He added, “We anticipate prospective condominium buyers will do their homework and favorably compare the value and unique lifestyle Pabst Farms provides.”

 

About Pabst Farms

Located along the thriving Interstate I-94 corridor between Milwaukee and Madison in the city of Oconomowoc and the town of Summit, the 1,500-acre Pabst Farms master-planned community is uniquely positioned to become a Midwest destination. To date Pabst Farms consists of 150 occupied single-family homes; a planned 144-unit condominium development; retail stores in Market Place anchored by Pick ‘n Save; growing commercial center featuring the 1.1 million square-foot Roundy’s distribution facility; Hilton Garden Inn and Staybridge Suites; Aurora Medical Center including 110-bed hospital and newly-opened professional clinic. The privately-held Pabst Farms master-planned community is being developed by the Bell and Pabst families.

 

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