The 53-unit single-family-home subdivision under construction on Grant Road is progressing according to schedule, according to representatives of the developer, SummerHill Homes.
SummerHill Senior Vice President Katia Kamangar said a recent grand opening for the one- and two-story-home subdivision, the Enclave at Waverly Park, drew approximately 1,000 people.
“We have already started our second phase of homes, as the market response has been overwhelmingly positive,” Kamangar said. “We currently have 15 sales in various stages of contracting – and we have been open for sales only a month. … People love the convenient location and the traditional single-family homes on large lots.”
Kamangar said the first homebuyers will be moving in by late summer or early fall. The entire project is scheduled for completion in the next 18 months. The homes, up to six bedrooms and 2,940 square feet on 8,000-square-foot-lot minimums, start $1.6 million.
Most of the infrastructure for the project has been completed, Kamangar said, and the traffic signal at Grant, Covington and the realigned Levin Avenue should be operational this summer, pending clearance from Mountain View and Los Altos officials. Covington, which currently ends at Grant, will be extended into the development.
“We are about one month away from having the signal operational,” said Jim Gustafson, public works director for the city of Los Altos. “The new signal controller has to be energized and proven, traffic detection equipment has to be installed, and the signal heads have to be configured for the lane geometry. It could be a little sooner if there are no problems with the setup.”