Tuesday, May 2, 2017

UPDATE. Video of first 2 houses under construction in Back Nine Phase 4 of Community of Bishops Bay


Best to view as a silent movie.  The house in the distance seems to be on a fast construction schedule.



4/6/2017 update, "First 2 houses under construction in Back Nine Phase 4 of Community of Bishops Bay", starts here.

The signage designating plat 4.


Lot 164, looking northwest.



Lot 137, looking north-northeast.


2/20/2017 update, "Lots are available in the Back Nine Neighborhood Phase 4 Plat of the Community of Bishops Bay", starts here.


Photos by Retiring Guy




9/28/2016 update, "Welcome to the Back Nine Neighborhood Phase 4 Plat of the Community of Bishops Bay", starts here.


A closer view of the sign

The obligatory video



As seen from near the CTH Q entrance to the development, a 5th apartment apartment building rises.




7/19/2016 update, "Sandhill cranes inspect back yard of this new Community of Bishop's Bay home", starts here.


Catch up with all the action at Bishop's Bay Community News.


7/15/2016 update, " Not-so-affordable views at the Community at Bishop's Bay in Middleton", starts here.

Looking southwest from 'Congressional Hill'.


If you're in the market for a 5-bedroom, 4-bath, 3866-square-foot home, this is your neighborhood!

Unfortunately, this iPhone panorama ended with some washed-out clouds.  Looking north toward Waunakee, where the kids in this new Middleton development go to school





Panoramic view.  Middleton's Northlake Neighborhood in foreground, The Community at Bishop's Bay across County Highway Q.  (5/8/2016)


With a little bit of zoom.


Related posts:
Frederick's Hill, Pheasant Branch Conservancy.  (9/29/204)
A View of Waunakee and Middleton from Frederick's Hill.  (9/26/2014)

 
Original 3/20/2016 post "The Community at Bishop's Bay in Middleotn continues to grow",  starts here.

Although the development is within the City of Middleton, it is also within the attendance area of the Waunakee Community School District.

All photos by Retiring Guy.  (This one taken last Thursday, the rest today.)

The red arrow marks the approximate position of where I stood when taking the above photo.


I stood next to this metal sculpture while snapping this photo.



The development will eventually extend beyond the silo seen in the distance center of this photo.



The development is once again a site of this year's Madison Area Builders Association Parade of Homes.  



Multi-family housing, too.


Related posts:
Madison Area Builders Association Parade of Homes: The beginning and now.  (5/22/2015)
Bishops Bay Branch Library in Middleton's Future?  (10/23/2012)

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