American Housing Ventures Announces Legends at Onion Creek Development

American Housing Ventures is a young company created by Mark Wolf and partner Spencer Rinker who recently secured a 115-acre parcel east of one of Austin’s most popular communities, Onion Creek. Here they’re planning to build Legends at Onion Creek, a section of 287 single-family homes.

American Housing Ventures is a young company created by Mark Wolf and partner Spencer Rinker and they recently secured a 115-acre parcel east of one of Austin’s most popular communities, Onion Creek. The duo is planning to build Legends at Onion Creek, which would bring 287 single-family homes to the market.

“Based on our team’s extensive and proven track record in real estate investment, AHV is well positioned to capitalize on high growth markets such as Austin and bring distinctive neighborhoods and communities to fruition,” says Mark Wolf, CEO of AHV. “Our premier for-sale communities will give residents the opportunity to fulfill the American dream of owning a beautiful, affordable, brand new, high-quality home in a desirable location.”

Conveniently located near Interstate 35, Highway 130/45 and retail centers such as Southpark Meadows, the new neighborhood will benefit from the community’s parks, homeowner’s association and other amenities, including the historic Onion Creek Golf Club. Legends at Onion Creek will be the first community in the Austin area featuring the New House – a top-quality crafted home that has, as an end result, a higher quality structure with increased energy savings and impeccable design. The new development will offer houses that range in size from about 1,930 square feet to 3,000 square feet and will include 20 to 30 acres of open space.

Works are slowly taking off, and Wolf assured that recent floods have not affected the site.

“It’s fully entitled and we have the second quarter of 2014 as our target to begin phase one,” Wolf reports.

Pricing has not been announced, but the new homes are expected to be priced for first-time buyers.

Photo courtesy of American Housing Ventures.