Pulte Homes, one of the nation’s largest homebuilders, recently commenced sales at Cassia Commons, a new townhome community in Lauderdale Lakes. The 44-home gated development is located between the Florida Turnpike and I-95, bordered by NW 30th Street to the north, NW 33rd Ave to the west, and Somerset Drive to the east. It is next door to Cassia Estates, another Pulte Homes community approaching sell-out.
Cassia Commons offers two floor plans with three bedrooms and two and a half baths. The Cobalt floorplan, at 1,547 square feet, has a two-car garage, while the Latitude features 1,555 square feet with a one-car garage. Both plans have well-appointed kitchens, open gathering areas, and spacious owners’ suites and impact windows. Prices start in the mid $400s.
“Cassia Commons is ideal for entry-level buyers who desire to own a new home, without a lot of additional costs and upkeep they might get with an older resale home in the same price range,” Brent Baker says, PulteGroup’s Southeast Florida Division President. “And it’s centrally located to major highways, with short drives to Downtown Fort Lauderdale and the beaches.”
Cassia Commons will offer relatively low homeowners’ association fees and no community development (CDD) fees. Community amenities include a tot lot and a walking trail.
Pulte Homes will start the sales process by taking appointments with interested buyers. Visit Pulte.com/homes/florida/fort-lauderdale/lauderdale-lakes/cassia-commons-210934 to receive information on the appointment timelines.