Whitney Park Townhomes breaks the mold by providing affordable, new, single-family construction to the near-downtown market with all the features you’d expect in a new suburban home.
The first floor features an open-concept great room that blends into the kitchen. Each kitchen is designed with custom cabinets, a built-in pantry, serving island, and four-appliance package included in base pricing. Rear access to your two-stall garage is provided off the back of the kitchen, along with a guest bath.
The second floor contains the spacious master suite, complete with a walk-in shower bath and walk-in closet, second bedroom and second tub/shower bathroom, and laundry hook-ups. (Washer and dryer not included in base pricing.)
New from earlier phases, the third bedroom is located on the lower level. What—you mean it’s in the basement?! Sort of. Each basement will be raised four feet, providing windows and welcoming daylight to the lower level. Hookups for a future full bathroom in the lower level will be included.
The exterior design of Phase 4 of Whitney Park Townhomes is modern, with warm wood accents against a striking gray base. As with earlier phases, each unit will have a front porch area, rear-facing, two-stall garage, and an above-the-garage patio. Come own a piece of the new Green Bay!
Pricing starts at $199,000. And of course, no condo fees! This is a townhome, constructed side-by-side in a row, meaning you own the land underneath your home and maintain your property as you would in any typical neighborhood. While condo-like in design and functionality, there are no common elements and no condo association—and therefore, no monthly maintenance fees. Your home and the grounds around it are yours to design and enjoy.
Coming in 2019—contact us below for more details. We'll be in touch soon!
200 Block N. Van Buren St.
Green Bay, WI 54301
These new units are located one block south of the existing Whitney Park Townhomes, in the 200 block of N. Van Buren Street. Each front will face east at the future Whitney School redevelopment, and is just south of Whitney Park and its new Whitney Bark Park.
Beer, coffee, or dinner within blocks of home. Eat at home tonight? Why?!
What every urban dweller needs quick access to: everyday essentials! Milk, eggs, and... aspirin. Hey, we don't judge!
You probably won't find Snoopy at Whitney Bark Park, but you will find many of Green Bay's four-legged friends and their owners enjoying this year-round, fenced-in, off-leash dog area.
Whitney Park is the oldest park in the city, offering generous shade in the summer months as well as multiple community events and gatherings.