Rogers Mn Townhomes For Sale

Rogers Mn Townhomes For Sale This Week

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New Listing - 2 days online
$349,900
Townhouse For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,720
SQFT
11555 Woodside Drive
Rogers, MN 55311
Laurel Creek Subdivision
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Results
New Listing - 2 weeks online
$478,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
4
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
2,449
SQFT
23029 Hazel Lane
Rogers, MN 55374
Skye Meadows Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Lennar Sales Corp
$396,990
Townhouse For Sale
Pending
2
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,538
SQFT
12464 Waterside Court
Rogers, MN 55374
Skye Meadows Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Lennar Sales Corp
$419,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
2
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,538
SQFT
12478 Waterside Court
Rogers, MN 55374
Skye Meadows Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Lennar Sales Corp
$372,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,719
SQFT
22996 Hazel Lane
Rogers, MN 55374
Skye Meadows Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Lennar Sales Corp
Price Change - 3 weeks ago
$418,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,831
SQFT
23053 Hazel Lane
Rogers, MN 55374
Skye Meadows Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Lennar Sales Corp
New Listing - 3 weeks online
$429,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
2
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,619
SQFT
12480 Waterside Court
Rogers, MN 55374
Skye Meadows Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Lennar Sales Corp
New Listing - 4 weeks online
$454,800
Townhouse For Sale
Pending
2
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,782
SQFT
12746 Aspen Lane
Rogers, MN 55374
Villas of Lyndhaven Meadows Subdivision
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Results
New Listing - 4 weeks online
$340,000
Townhouse For Sale
Pending
3
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,508
SQFT
13612 Autumn Way
Rogers, MN 55374
Mallard South Subdivision
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Results
New Listing - a week online
$325,000
Townhouse For Sale
Active
2
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,491
SQFT
13636 Autumn Way
Rogers, MN 55374
Mallard South Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Integrity NW
New Listing - 4 weeks online
$404,990
Townhouse For Sale
Pending
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,268
SQFT
13681 Marsh View Trail
Rogers, MN 55374
Marsh View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of M/I Homes
Open House Sun, May 22, 5 PM UTC
$394,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,268
SQFT
13667 Marsh View Trail
Rogers, MN 55374
Marsh View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of M/I Homes
New Listing - 4 weeks online
$414,990
Townhouse For Sale
Pending
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,336
SQFT
13695 Marsh View Trail
Rogers, MN 55374
Marsh View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of M/I Homes
New Listing - 3 weeks online
$419,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,336
SQFT
13690 Marsh View Trail
Rogers, MN 55374
Marsh View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of M/I Homes
Open House Sun, May 22, 5 PM UTC
$384,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,082
SQFT
13691 Marsh View Trail
Rogers, MN 55374
Marsh View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of M/I Homes
New Listing - yesterday
$399,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,082
SQFT
13686 Marsh View Trail
Rogers, MN 55374
Marsh View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of M/I Homes
Open House Sun, May 22, 5 PM UTC
$384,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,942
SQFT
13669 Marsh View Trail
Rogers, MN 55374
Marsh View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of M/I Homes
Open House Sun, May 22, 5 PM UTC
$389,990
Townhouse For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,931
SQFT
13688 Marsh View Trail
Rogers, MN 55374
Marsh View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of M/I Homes
$392,240
Townhouse For Sale
Pending
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,931
SQFT
13682 Marsh View Trail
Rogers, MN 55374
Marsh View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of M/I Homes
$379,990
Townhouse For Sale
Pending
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,931
SQFT
13687 Marsh View Trail
Rogers, MN 55374
Marsh View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of M/I Homes

Development News in Rogers, Minnesota

Enclave Development rendering by ESG Architecture & Design.

Development activity remains busy in Rogers, especially on the residential front. Recognizing Rogers location in the metropolitan area, successful schools and a strong daytime labor force, developers are seizing opportunities to build new neighborhoods and fill much needed housing options. Those options include not only continued construction of single-family homes but also an increased diversity in housing styles, such as twin homes and townhomes, and new market rate apartments and wider array of attain – able housing that is of interest to per – sons of any age and income.

Apartments Popularity

An area of significant need for Rogers is multi-family housing. It might seem the popularity of apartment development in the community is sudden. But, until Trident Development began construction of its 168-unit Vincent Woods apartment complex in 2019, the newest market rate apartment building in Rogers is nearly 20 years old. In addition to age, factors driving the need for newer apartments in Rogers include the City’s strong daytime labor force from our local employers, the price of new single-family home construction, and changing lifestyle preferences for young and old alike.

Enclave Development To Start Construction

On August 25, 2020, the City Council gave the green light for the 165-unit apartment project proposed by Enclave Development, a Fargo, North Dakota-based development company. The development will sit on a current vacant 3.3-acre parcel adjacent to HOM Furniture and between BMO Harris Bank and North Community Park. The complex will include a mix of studio up to three (3) bedroom apartments, and on-site amenities, including a fitness center, pet wash, bike storage, and large club room connected to a out – side courtyard. Construction will begin this fall.

Developer Planning New Broadway Pizza, Convenience Store & Apartments

Asguard Acquisitions, LLC has received Concept Plan approval for the redevelopment of the existing Broadway Pizza site and adjacent three properties. In addition to a new Broadway Pizza, the developer is planning a convenience store/gas station and new, 77- unit apartment complex on the 9.5-acre parcel. The apartment building is proposed to include lifestyle amenities, such as a fitness center and other first-level commercial businesses. The fitness center would also be open to the public.

Rendering by Artekta Architects.
Rendering by Artekta Architects.

Mix Of Apartments & Townhomes Behind Culver’s

Rachel Development recently presented a Concept Plan to the City Council for a mixed residential development, featuring a 134-unit apartment building and 50 attached townhome units. Like several of the sites approved for apartment development, or currently being analyzed, the 14.8- acre property behind Culver’s is a remnant parcel from previous development.

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New Neighborhoods Update

DR Horton Residential Neighborhood Underway

Construction has begun on β€œBirchwood” – a 61-unit detached single-family residential development from DR Horton. The development is located on a 21-acre site on Brockton Lane, or County Road 13, about a half-mile north from South Diamond Lake Road. Housing styles include a mix of homes with traditional basements, and split entry and slab-on-grade homes. DR Horton is constructing model homes and the amenity center for the private park located in the development.

Grading For New Lennar Development To Begin

Lennar has commenced grading of its latest Rogers neighborhood – β€œSkye Meadows.” Lennar received City Council approval in July 2020 for the new 357-unit residential development at the intersection of Territorial Road and Wood Lane. The development encompasses six properties and about 128 gross acres, and includes a mix of single-family homes, twin homes and attached townhomes. Phase 1 (north side of Territorial Road) will include 16 single-family homes and 12 twin homes (24 total units). Lennar is also building β€œLaurel Creek,” a 480- unit mixed residential development on Territorial Road 2.5 miles east from Skye Meadows.

Commercial/Industrial

Space For Trades & Service Businesses

The City is currently working with a developer on a potential development plan for land owned by the City on County Road 81. The 18-acre parcel fronts Interstate 94 and sits in between Miller Chevrolet and Metro Mold. The land was purchased by the City to help with the extension of City utilities, and is mostly wetland, limited development options. The developer presented a Concept Plan to the City Council in September 2020, featuring a 20,736 square foot, 10- unit commercial building on the north end of the parcel, next to the Miller Chevrolet, and two 11,520 square foot, 6-unit commercial buildings on the south end of the site. Each of the units would range in size from 1,920 sf to 2,304 sf and include a storefront and rear garage bay door to allow for vehicle parking and internal storage; no outside storage would be allowed. At that meeting, the developer and City staff discussed the market need for spaces for trades businesses and service providers. The units could be leased or sold. The developer noted unit sizes could also be flexible in the event that a user needed a larger space. The City Council authorized continued study of the development opportunity.

Downtown Rogers

Downtown Redevelopment Still Moving

The City Council recently entered into two purchase agreements – buy 12905 Main Street and sell the adjacent five City properties – necessary for Phase 1 of the Downtown Rogers redevelopment project proposed by Duffy Development. The City and developer have been awarded nearly $1.9 million in grant funding for the project to support development-related activities, including property acquisition, building demolition, on-site storm water improvements, and construction of on-site pedestrian improvements, plazas and greenspaces. As an affordable housing project, Duffy is seeking tax credit financing from the State. If the project gets the green light construction could start in Spring 2021.

Duffy Development Main Street Perspective Rendering.JPG

Downtown Planning

The downtown redevelopment project proposed by Duffy Development is only part of the ongoing work focused on downtown reinvestment. City staff are currently working on two projects aimed at re-energizing Downtown Rogers. The recently approved Rogers 2040 Comprehensive Plan places a renewed emphasis on Downtown Rogers as an important community asset – vital to the local economy and community gatherings. The traditional feel of Main Street presents a unique opportunity for the downtown to fulfill a dual role as a social district for community gatherings and hub of activity for commerce and residential living. That is accomplished through both new public and private investment.

Rogers Main Street Streetscape Plan

The Rogers Main Street Streetscape Plan is focused on redesigning Main Street from County Road 81 south to Rogers Elementary School. A main emphasis of the streetscape plan is to create spaces for people and connect those spaces to businesses and residences in the downtown area. Generally, the plan includes new public spaces for downtown and other physical enhancements to improve and encourage pedestrian activity by calming traffic on Main Street. The Streetscape Plan is a critical support tool for the Downtown Master Plan.

The streetscape plan shows the corner of Main Street and Church Avenue as a central gathering place for the community.
The streetscape plan shows the corner of Main Street and Church Avenue as a central gathering place for the community.

Downtown Master Plan

The other planning effort focuses on updating the Downtown Rogers Master Plan, originally adopted in 2015. The underlying objective of the Master Plan is to guide revitalization and redevelopment of Downtown Rogers, thereby re-igniting its importance as a community asset, especially for small business. The Master Plan and 2040 Comprehensive Plan, together, seek to re-energize Downtown Rogers by capitalizing on existing assets, notably several existing buildings original to the early years of Rogers, and using new infill development to further support the vision for downtown. A major part of the Master Plan update will include a study and strategy regarding the potential investment in those older buildings, where possible, notably the rehabilitation of storefronts. Reinvesting in existing downtown buildings is important to ensure an area enticing and affordable for small business. The City received a $50,000 Hennepin County Corridor Planning grant to complete the planning work. The grant helped the City hire WSB to work on the Main Street Streetscape Plan and Community Design Group to update the Downtown Rogers Master Plan.

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