BPM Real Estate Group announces it will play a part in Bend’s expansion.
BY JACOB PALMER | DIGITAL NEWS EDITOR
Portland-based BPM Real Estate Group announced it will play a part in Bend’s expansion.
Construction is expected to begin within the next few months.
BPM Real Estate Group is offering brokers a first glimpse of its plans for Farmington Reserve today, a 12-acre historic property long known as Carroll Acres or the Old Farm District. The new development will include 65 single-family craftsman-style homes on what BPM described as “good-sized” lots. Nine different floor plans will be available.
“When we first visited this site, we knew there was an exciting opportunity to build quality homes for people who will add interesting chapters to the neighborhood’s 100- year history,” said Dennis Parfitt, president of BPM Real Estate Group, in a release.
(SOURCE: Portland Business Journal)
BPM is the same firm that announced plans last month for a 20-story tower in Portland.
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