Sep 29, 2016 03:06PM
By Bryan Scott
Buying and building a home is the decision of a lifetime.
Garbett Homes understands the importance of this decision and builds homes with the mindset that a home is more about just walls and a roof: it’s a starting point for all that people do.
With this in mind, Garbett has begun construction on a town home project in Daybreak’s popular SoDa Row area called Parkway Station. These 27 new homes with seven floor plan options include at least one outdoor living space such as balconies, roof top terraces or patio spaces and solar panels as standard features.
Living in these townhomes means homebuyers will also get SoDo Row, Oquirrh Lake and a UTA Trax station all within walking distance and The District and Mountain View Corridor just a short drive away.
Models for the first phase of townhomes will open in early 2017 and the pre-selling will begin soon, with prices from $230s.
“When people buy from Garbett Homes, they’re not only buying a home,” Garbett Homes President Bryson Garbett said, “they’re also buying into a lifestyle choice.”
Garbett started his construction career as a young man, working as an 18-year-old framer. He graduated from the University of Utah with a history degree and then started his own company in 1988.
After 28 years of perseverance and excellence, Garbett Homes has become one of the largest and most innovative homebuilders in the state.
Garbett is also selling complete “inventory homes” and three home sites in the single-family housing phase called Solaris. The newest phase of Solaris opened on Sept. 2. Additionally, Garbett has opened 10 of 25 additional home sites of their next phase of development that incorporates their most popular plans and exciting new updates.
Garbett builds homes and townhomes using its award-winning formula of utilizing the latest “green technology and design” and affordability in Daybreak communities.
The homes in Daybreak set themselves apart with modern interiors and exteriors. Because of Garbett’s pride in being “Utah’s Greenest Homebuilder,” all homes in these new developments offer solar panels as a standard feature and are built to exceed the Energy Star 3.0 standards that all Daybreak builders are required to meet.
Homeowners will definitely notice the advanced framing, drywall, and insulation practices in their lower utility bills.
To further decrease the cost of homeownership and increase energy and resource efficiency, Garbett has partnered with Slow The Flow to offer Solaris buyers the option to “Flip Your Strip,” or remove lawn or minimize greenery in parking strips. This saves both water and money instead wasting an average of 10,000 gallons of water annually on poor irrigation practices.
Questions can be answered or an appointment can be made at the model home at 10458 S. Abbot Way, South Jordan, or by calling
801-396-9800 to speak with a new home specialist.