Officials from Red Seal Homes officially broke ground today on the new Provenance development, a new collection of custom and maintenance free residences on the North Shore. Provenance customers and others present today viewed models of the upcoming townhomes and single-family homes and helped break ground with shovels and hardhats.
“Today is an important milestone for our 85-year old company, as well as for many of us at Red Seal who worked tirelessly on this project for three years. We are extremely excited and proud to be breaking ground on Provenance,” said Todd Fishbein, President and CEO, Red Seal Homes. “This development is the first residential community of this scale to be developed in Cook County in decades. We want to thank our many partners over the years for their unwavering support.”
Red Seal Homes is an award-winning third-generation family builder headquartered in the Northbrook community. Located in unincorporated Cook County with Northbrook schools and a Northbrook address, Provenance represents the finest new homes available in the Chicago area. The focal point of Provenance is a Community Common and waterfall which are interconnected with a series of smaller parks and walkways.
The Provenance development is separated into three pristine areas:
“This development is the first residential community of this scale to be developed in Cook County in decades. ”
- Terraces at Provenance – The Terraces are maintenance-free townhomes with 2,081 to 2,664 square feet on two floors, including an option with first-floor master bedroom with pre-construction prices starting from $489,900.
- Villas at Provenance – The Villas are maintenance free and range from 1,807 square feet of single-level living to 3,606 square feet of grand space with pre-construction prices starting from $599,900.
- Estates at Provenance – Single-family homes, known as The Estates, offer diverse home styles and floor plans from a ranch plan with 2,948 square feet to a 4,362-square-foot stately home with pre-construction prices starting from $989,900.
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