As Project AWAYSIS moves closer to completion, another piece of the puzzle is falling into place with Sunset Bay Condominiums construction growing closer to completion.
"It is exciting to see the construction going on," Dan Pomrenke of Regency said. "We first met the city the week of Easter Sunday of 2006 and the city has been great to work with."
Director of Sales Steve Brashears has been excited by the buzz created.
"We have been having a lot of interest from both inside and outside of the community," Brashears said.
Three buildings will house a 110 units with views of either the golf course or the lake. Each unit will be between 1,100-1,800 square feet and start at $160,000.
"People will be able to enjoy the lake, the golf course, go to the water park, enjoy the walking trails and be able to go to Storm Lake," Pomrenke said. "This is the first community of its kind in Buena Vista County and is comparable to communities in the Lakes Area."
Storm Lake City Administrator Patti Moore was please to see the grand opening of the office andd to see the construction start.
"We are glad to see this project underway, it will add so much to Storm Lake and Project AWAYSIS," Moore said. "It's great to hear that both people in the community and outside the community are interested. People inside of the community may wish to move and free up more housing within Storm Lake and we would like to have more residents move to Storm Lake as well."
Project AWAYSIS Manager Mike Wilson agrees.
"I think the people outside of the community wanting to move in is the most interesting," Wilson said. "People can sit down and actually think about retiring to Storm Lake, which is great to think about."