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Bill McGuinness

President

Sun Homes

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Sun Homes

3 Memorial Ave. Suite 301

Pawling, New York,12564

United States

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Palmer Hill Partners , LLC


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www.djrcompanies.com

Architect Bill McGuinness, co-founder of Sun Homes along with builder Bob Dale, developed and designed Kensett to respect its natural site.


www.rew-online.com

"It's coming back, but I wouldn't say it's roaring," said Bill McGuinness, principal of Sun Homes, one of the developers of Palmer Hill, a residential complex in Stamford.
McGuinness partnered with Bob Dale of Buckingham Partners and equity investor: O'Connor Capital Partners, to build single-family townhouses and condos. "It's really not price, as much as pace," said McGuinness.


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"What needs to happen is buy-in from local municipalities with respect to [alternative] zoning," says Bill McGuinness, president of Sun Homes in Pawling, N.Y. "Rather than large, planned new towns in the middle of nowhere, the existing towns in our market need to be reclaimed through things like creative density swaps and aggressive planning.


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When partners Bob Dale and Bill McGuinness began planning Palmer Hill, a private community of 114 townhomes and 81 condominium homes on the border of Old Greenwich and Stamford, they knew they had to take advantage of the development's picturesque grounds and neighborhood setting and provide plenty of outdoor living spaces.Stamford, Conn. (PRWEB) April 7, 2008 -- When partners Bob Dale and Bill McGuinness began planning Palmer Hill, a private community of 114 townhomes and 81 condominium homes on the border of Old Greenwich and Stamford, they knew they had to take advantage of the development's picturesque grounds and neighborhood setting.Dale and McGuinness are developing Palmer Hill to reflect the charm of New England coastal living."The Palmer Hill site lends itself to an active outdoor lifestyle," said Bill McGuinness, principal of Sun Homes.


www.stamfordplus.com

"We are optimistic that buyers will continue to value and desire the superior location and craftsmanship of Palmer Hill throughout 2008," said Bill McGuinness, principal of Sun Homes. Located on the Old Greenwich/Stamford border, the homes at Palmer Hill are being offered at prices from the low $500's to over $1 million.


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