The Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony with Harbour View Development Corporation to celebrate the opening of Marquette’s newest residential community, North Creek at Harlow Farms. North Creek is a Site Condominium Subdivision in the City of Marquette offering 30 single family homesites. These beautiful homesites offer all underground utilities, natural gas and city plowed streets. The First Phase of 20 homesites is now complete and ready for lot purchases, and new home building.
“North Creek is the final opportunity for Homeowners to purchase homesites in Harlow Farms Conservation Community “according to LR Swadley, Community Developer. “Buyers can choose from many beautiful wooded lots, next to our conservation areas, some with lake views, and all having access to the great trail system and community features Harlow Farms has to offer. Buyers can also choose their own builder with no restrictions on when they have to build.
Interested buyers should contact L.R. Swadley at 906.250.2427 for a personal showing of these homesites.
Harbour View Development Corporation is located at 501 Horizons Drive in Marquette and can be contacted at 906.631.7094 or visit their website www.swadleydevelopment.com<http://www.swadleydevelopment.com>.
Pictured from left to right: Randy Larson, Marquette County Ambassador, Michelle Sellers, Marquette County Ambassador, Laura Swadley, Swadley Development Finance Manager, Erin Swadley, Sunrise Builders Project Manager, Dave Campana, Marquette City Mayor, Lynn Swadley Harbour View Development President, Pete Frazier, Marquette City Commissioner, Roxanne Daust, Marquette County Ambassador, Nicole Weldum, Swadley Development Sales & Marketing Manager, Mike Angeli, Marquette City Manager, Kristy Sibilsky, Range Bank Senior Vice President of Business Banking and John Marshall, Marquette County Ambassador.