Construction starts on Summit subdivision

Enterprise Staff

Sept. 14, 2017

SUMMIT — Newbridge Crossing, an 18-home subdivision in the village, recently broke ground on Waterville Road, just east of lower Nemahbin Lake and adjacent to the city of Delafield.

The project is being built on a 19-acre site. Nearly half of the land will be set aside as conservancy and open space.

In a press statement, project owner William Toson said he has been working with neighbors and Summit officials for more than three years to come up with a design that enhances property values and addresses everyone’s concerns.

The architecture involved will be limited to an English and French country theme, according to the statement.

“Individual home owners will be relieved of the responsibilities for snow removal and landscape maintenance — thus making the community appealing to snowbirds and those who are simply tired of doing these chores,” Toson said.

All of the infrastructure including sanitary sewers, curbs, gutter, roads and landscaping are expected to be completed by late fall. Actual home construction will begin shortly thereafter depending on weather.