Lennar Debuts “Multigenerational” Homes In Minnesota

September 7, 2012

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Lennar Debuts “Multigenerational” Homes In Minnesota

Lennar will introduce a home floor plan “never before seen” in Minnesota – one that caters to multiple generations living under one roof. Miami-based Lennar, Minnesota’s largest residential builder based on metro-area revenue, will unveil a model of its Next Gen line of “multigenerational” homes in Maple Grove on Saturday. The Next Gen homes include “suites” that are connected to and offer direct access to the main home, but also provide separate entrances, living rooms, kitchenettes, one-car garages, laundry machines, and private outdoor spaces. “The opportunity for families to share a mortgage makes a lot of economic sense for many families,” said Bill Burgess, president of Lennar’s Minnesota division. The Next Gen model offers “essentially two homes with one payment, making living together affordable, comfortable, and flexible to your needs,” he added. Tim Fohr, Lennar’s marketing manager for the Minnesota region, said that Next Gen homes were previously unavailable in Minnesota, but following the Saturday unveiling of a model home in Maple Grove, the homes will be offered “Twin Cities-wide.” [Read this article]

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Nancy State October 7, 2014 at 3:33 pm

Where are multigenerational homes being built in Dakota County? Eagan? Rosemount?

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