From The Tribune staff reports
LEEDS — The city of Leeds celebrated the opening of a model home for a new master-planned community at Grand River.
“Grand River is a special place where community and nature are front and center,” Brian Sparks, Vice President at Ingram and Associates, the company handling the marketing and sales for Grand River. “This led us to name the first neighborhood Unali to symbolize that this is a place to foster friendships.”
Leeds Mayor David Miller cut the ribbon for the new home.
The community is being developed by USS Real Estate and will include 1,500 to 2,900 square-foot homes that will be available in the $300,000 range. Newcastle Homes will build the homes.
The 3,000-acre community will eventually include a pool and a clubhouse, and the developer plans to add a primitive campground. There is also a parcel that has been reserved for an elementary school. Residents will have access to the Grand River nature trail.
The community is located off of Rex Road, adjacent to Barker Motorsports Park.