Twenty-six new duplex units in the Sweetwater Community in Woodside can now be put up for sale following approval of a final plat by the Hailey City Council on Monday.
The duplex units of about 2,796 square feet are under construction on about 2.4 acres on the corner of Shenandoah Drive and Maple Leaf Drive.
“There are eight buildings now in various stages of development,” Sweetwater Community LLC’s contract engineer, Matt Watson, said at the council meeting. “The curbs will be going down Shenandoah Drive next week. This is a great community and we are excited to get this moving forward.”
The housing units will be the latest expansion of Sweetwater Community, which was planned in 2005 as a 421-unit, $200 million housing development on 20 acres straddling Countryside Boulevard. To date, 71 townhouse units have been completed and sold.
Sweetwater Project Manager Cameron Spencer said the duplex units would be for sale for $367,900 to the “low four-hundreds,” with smaller townhome-style units in future phases that will cost less.
Momentum Development Group President Mike Bradshaw said his partnership company, Sweetwater Community LLC, owns the entire remaining 12 acres of the original Sweetwater planned-unit development, dating from 2005. He said in January that he is working on development of an additional 70 units on a 1,400-foot-long parcel on the west side of Shenandoah Drive.