Westman Village brings resort-style
Five different lifestyle options
Since its groundbreaking ceremony two years ago, the development of Westman Village has come a long way, including welcoming its first residents.
“We have approximately 50 homeowners now and by the end of December we’ll have b e t ween 230 and 240,” says Jay Westman, chairman and CEO of Jayman Built. “We now have 14 showsuites that people can view without going through a bunch of construction and I would say we’re at 60 percent completed construction.
“All of our roads and concrete are poured for everything.”
Westman Village is a community within the southeast community of Mahogany, offering five different lifestyle options.
“There is Lyric, available for lease on terms of up to 10 years,” says Westman. “You can pick your term, for one year, for example, but 40 percent of our leases are at least at a 10-year term.
“Then there are the Calligraphy condominiums, starting in the $240,000s with homes overlooking Mahogany Lake at around $700,000. They are from just over 600 square feet to approximately 1,140 square feet and are proving popular with singles, young couples, some with kids and downsizers.”
Appealing to the 50-yearold-plus buyer is Odyssey, with pricing starting in the low $300,000s up to just over the $700,000s.
“Then, there is Reflections, our estate condominiums,” says Westman. “We have garden units in the middle, surrounded by heavily landscaped areas in the mid$700,000s to $900,000 and they’re 1,500 square feet to roughly 1,650 square feet. There are lake homes in Reflections that are 2,000 to 2,500 square feet, priced from $1.6 million to $2.2 million.
“And Jo ur ney Cl ub, designed for s e ni o r s . We have everything from memory care to assisted living that has medical services and