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220-228 Carroll Street Townhomes

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220 Carroll Street, Sunnyvale, CA
16 Units, 3 Stories
1200 - 2000 SqFt


220-228 Carroll Street Townhomes is a new townhouse community By Terra Holdings Corp. currently in preconstruction at 220 Carroll Street, Sunnyvale. 220-228 Carroll Street Townhomes has a total of 16 units. Sizes range from 1200 to 2000 square feet.
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220-228 Carroll Street Townhomes details

Building Type:Townhouse
Ownership:Fee simple
Selling Status:Pending
Sales Start:To Be Determined
Construction Status:Preconstruction
Construction Start Date:To Be Determined
Estimated Completion:To Be Determined
Builder(s): By Terra Holdings Corp.
Architect(s): By LPMD Architects
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220-228 Carroll Street Townhomes marketing summary

16 unit townhomes located in downtown Sunnyvale. Sizes ranges from 1,200 to 2,000 square feet.

Source: Terra Holdings
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Last update: Jul 28, 2023
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