Condo Reaches Its Halfway Point

March 5, 2004
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SPRING LAKE — Spring Lake is a village with a single, verrrrry busy main drag — Savidge Street, also known as M-104 — that is one of only two direct routes out of the Grand Haven vicinity to Grand Rapids.

And Duer Construction is in the process of making it just a bit busier.

According to Duff Duer, vice president of the firm, construction has reached the halfway point on the Stone Gate condominium project in the village.

Duer said the firm has completed six of the project’s 12 twin-dwelling units, and 10 of those units have been sold.

The units’ prices range from $169,000 to $189,000.

The condominium complex lies off the south side of Savidge in the vicinity of the Lake Street intersection and across the artery from Harbor Steel, a single-story, red-brick structure that looks more like a school than a manufacturing operation.

The project is Duer’s first venture into condominium development.

Each of the living units covers 1,350 square feet and features 10-foot ceilings. The units have twin bathrooms and twin bedrooms, plus a lower level available for finishing.

Buyers can make their own interior design arrangements and are able to select from among four kitchen options with a miscellany of cabinetry.

Announcement about the halfway point in the project came in tandem with Duer’s decision last month to buy 17 lots and begin development of custom homes in the Grand Pointe subdivision in neighboring Grand Haven.

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