Can you believe that school is (or is almost) back in session! It’s so fun watching kiddos get excited to be going back to school to see friends, make new friends, and ultimately see the beginning of an era for kids and parents alike.
With the kids back in school, it may be time to refocus on your personal health and wellness. Well, you’re in luck!
This week we highlighted two new Central Park Businesses. Vibe Wellness just opened their doors at the Stanley Marketplace across from Bounce Gymnastics. Vibe Wellness is a total wellness center, focused on empowering people to feel and look their best, Vibe Wellness offers an array of classes and services. See a Facebook Live tour and learn more about this awesome new business HERE.
If you’re interested in other fitness options in the neighborhood, check out this YouTube video that breaks it down: Finding Fitness in Central Park
Also…Ike’s Love & Sandwiches has signed a new lease and will open their space in the Sprout’s shopping center! I am personally really looking forward to this new sandwich shop! Learn more about Ike’s and the latest Central Park business updates HERE.
And if you’re getting tired of working from home or a crowded noisy restaurant, check out Progress Coworking. Located just a block from the Stanley, this coworking space offers both monthly desk rentals as well as private office space. Check out more about Progress HERE
Onto the Central Park real estate update!
This week we saw 8 new listings hit the market. One of my personal favorites is 9829 E. 28th Avenue. This Eastbridge location can’t be beat. The home faces south onto Arc Park which is a great pocket park with mature trees and beautiful landscaping. Featuring 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms at an impressive 3,922 finished square feet, this McStain Willow home will check many boxes for buyers. Listed by Kim Norton of Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek for $1,095,000.
There were some beautiful homes that went under contract this week. Of the 10 homes that went under contract this week, the average days on market was 8. We are seeing a slowing of the market currently, but this is typical from late July through Labor Day.
And we saw 6 homes close this week. The average closed price to list price was 100% meaning we are still very much in a seller’s market even though it may take a few extra days for homes to go under contract.
We have 30 homes for sale in Central Park this week. Swing by our open house this weekend at 5905 Beeler Street on Saturday from 12-2. This gorgeous Parkwood Somerville model is located in a beautiful area that is incredibly walkable to the splash pad, shops and restaurants. Including 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2,975 square feet, and priced to sell at $750,000. Listed by Mariel Ross with Focus Real Estate.
Have you been wondering what’s happening in the North End? There are still homes available! David Weekley has both paired and cottage homes (paired homes are around $650k and the cottage homes are around $750k). Check out THIS blog post that explains how buying a David Weekley home works in Central Park.
KB Villas also has a few lots and floor plans available. HERE is a blog post that explains more about the KB Villas.
Brookfield also has four series of homes available for sale. Click HERE to learn more about what Brookfield is offering in Central Park.
We are both Central Park and new construction experts. If you’re contemplating buying or building in Central Park, check out this YouTube video that will help with that question.
And as always, if you are looking to buy, sell, or build your next home, we would love the opportunity to help. Have a great weekend!
Disclaimer: Our Friday real estate updates are meant to be a “roundup” type post where we discuss all listings in Central Park, not just our own. It’s our way of making sure we follow the market closely and we share it with the Scoop readers because we know many of you like to track real estate in the area as well. Many of the listings in these posts are not our company’s listings and we wanted to mention that here to make sure it’s clear. Thanks for reading the Scoop!