Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
John Lupypciw is the head developer and also president of the Continental Group, and is eager to announce that the purchase of 20 acres of land in Avondale, Arizona has been approved. This is great news for the Continental Group as this will now become one of their biggest developments in all of 2013.
The Continental Group is a top multi-unit residential real estate company that prides itself in building fantastic pieces of property for a specific upscale target market. With this new purchase of land, Lupypciw has expressed that it will become many residential buildings. He has offered few other details about what is to come for this new 20 acre development. People can expect to see a luxury condominium that displays the beauty and elegant architecture that is typical of projects developed by the Continental Group.
John Lupypciw, president of the Continental Group, has also shown off some of the schematics for the area but nothing specific has been publicly shown yet. If previous developments are to be an indication, this new condominium will flaunt the newest in beautiful and quality designs.
John Lupypciw has, as president and lead developer of the Continental Group, over 35 years of experience in the field of establishing multi-family real estate developments, rezoning parcels of land and receiving entitlements. The group is located within Scottsdale, Arizona, but features offices in Phoenix, Miami, and also Calgary. John Lupypciw, with the Continental Group, is one of the top development organizations in Arizona and prides itself on efficiently and within a tight budget making high rise developments. Currently there are a great amount of projects that the Continental Group is involved in and 2013 looks to be yet another successful year for John Lupypciw and the Continental Group. Some residents of Avondale are already looking forward to what is soon to be built for some new options for living in luxury.
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