ROY, UTAH – Brodsky Built is excited to host the Highgate Cove community opening located at 3633 West 4835 South in Roy, Utah 84067. The event will take place on Friday, October 20th at 12:00 noon at the model home in the community. An open house with tours, lunch empanadas from local food truck vendor Chicho’s, gourmet cookies for dessert from Twisted Sugar, and gift card give-a-ways from local Roy businesses will last until 2:00pm. The Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce and Spikers group ambassadors will kickoff the ribbon cutting ceremony. Chamber President, Chuck Leonhardt, will speak about the local chamber and welcome Brodsky Built to the community. Roy City Mayor, Robert Dandoy, Council Member Randy Scadden, and Council Member Ann Jackson will be guests of honor. The public and press are invited to attend.
The 34 single-family detached homes are designed to meet a market niche in the area. These homes are designed as 1,555/1,667 square foot two-story, four bedrooms, 2.5 bath, 2-car attached garage homes. Home prices start in the upper $400k with plenty of design and color options to help homeowners create their ideal home. The property on which Highgate Cove sits on was originally zoned for a commercial retirement center. Roy City Council approved the residential zoning and configuration of the subdivision. Current market research for Weber County shows that housing inventory is very low, and reveals that single-family housing is in high demand. Brodsky Built is excited for the opportunity to build a new community in Roy.
Model home is open Tuesdays – Saturdays from 11:00am – 6:00pm.