â€œItâ€™s had a little bit of a slow start,â€� agreed Jeff Grundahl, owner of JG Development, one of the dozen or so custom home builders now at work in the communityâ€™s first neighborhood, known as The Back Nine because it borders Bishops Bay Country Clubâ€™s golf course. â€œI really think that coming out of the downturn, it may have been a little ahead of what the public was ready for in 2012.â€�
, who has a $785,000 Parade home for sale in the Back Nine neighborhood, said he
hoped to buy additional home sites in future phases of the project.
â€œIts master plan is really forward-looking and well done,â€� he
said. â€œGiven the sales to support the development, I truly think itâ€™ll be a really amazing community.â€�","authorLink":"http://host.madison.com/business/community-of-bishops-bay-s-first-apartment-building-to-join/article_8ed11034-9ded-5181-96d3-965d850651f0.html","author":"Karen Rivedal, Wisconsin State Journal
","title":"Community of Bishops Bay's first apartment building to join first few dozen homes in planned mega-subdivision","photoUrl":"2.jpg","ts":"2015-06-21T14:30:00.000Z","published":true}]