A village square with adjacent town-homes and neighborhood shopping is the tip off this isn't the typical Columbia sub-division. Instead, it's the first example of Traditional Neighborhood Design (TND) found north of Interstate 70.
In addition to over 70 traditional home sites, Brookside Square also features 24 cottage-size sites for those who prefer smaller, smarter homes. The cottage sites are served by rear alleys, permitting an attractive streetscape with no front facing garages.
When the shops at Brookside Square are built, they will look more like a downtown than a strip mall. As with the town homes to be built on the square, architectural control of the shops will be retained by the developer and then the homes association.
Such control is critical to properly executing TND principles and elevating neighborhood expectations for living in North Columbia.Home sites are being offered in phases. Contact Tom Bass.
909 Westover Street
Columbia MO, 65203
Easy access that will only get easier
Providence Road was extended north from Vandiver Dr. [McKnight Tire] over Bear Creek to Blue Ridge in 2009. With this new direct route, Brookside Square is just minutes to I-70 and downtown Columbia.
Brown School Road has recently been opened from Range Line east to US 63, shortening the drive to Columbia’s east side.
- Development of the land occurred in two phases. Phase 1 consists of 24 cottage lots and 37 traditional lots. Phase 2 consists of 47 traditional lots.
- Traditional single family homes, cottage homes, and townhomes will be offered, each with specific architectural criteria.
- School districts are: Parkade elementary, Lange Middle, Oakland Jr. High and Hickman High School. Located in the city's 2nd Ward.
- Plat and prices subject to change without notice.
* Date of this price schedule: January, 2011. Prices and availability subject to change without notice.