Eagles Landing condos one-third sold
All units expected to be taken by late fall

By Mackenzie Christman - Special to the Enterprise

August 2, 2018

 Eight of Eagles Landing’s 21 units have already sold.
Mackenzie Christman/Special to the Enterprise

OCONOMOWOC — Even with their high price tags, one-third of Eagles Landing at Lac La Belle luxury condos have been reserved and are expected to all be taken by the end of the fall.

The price for a unit ranges from $579,900 to $1,399,900. Eight of Eagles Landing’s 21 units have already sold and interest in the facility is only growing, said real estate agent Maureen Stapleton.

Part of what has made the luxurious condos so appealing to potential residents is the “design-it-yourself” option offered by a handful of the units inside.

Stapleton described the design-it-yourself condos as a drywalled white box that residents can purchase and use their own creativity to finish the unit to fit their specific needs.

Other units come finished, requiring only the addition of furniture to make them complete.

The expected completion date for the development on West Wisconsin Avenue, where Spinnakers once stood, is dependent on the rate at which designer condos are bought compared to the finished ones, since the designer units will require further construction upon purchase.

Bonnie Lewis-Tschannen, another realtor working on the project, said she expects all units to be fully moved-in by October.

Living in Eagles Landing will be very carefree, said Stapleton.

The condominium will offer residents a restaurant inside the building, as well as a fitness center and concierge boat service.

“Residents of the building can go get in their boats which will be cleaned, gassed and ready to go, go out for their boat ride, bring it back and not have to do anything,” Stapleton said.

Stapleton said people like the vibe of living in Oconomowoc and being able to walk to stores, shops and other restaurants.

Oconomowoc has been undergoing a wide range of developments recently and Stapleton believes the expansion of the city is also contributing to an increased interest in living in the heart of it all.

Eagles Landing residents think that Oconomowoc is the place to be, Stapleton said.

“Residents of (Eagles Landing) will be supporting restaurants and stores and that’s what grows a healthy downtown,” Stapleton said.

Wednesday night band concerts on the beach and a variety of village green events also appeal to those choosing to make their home in the new high-end condominium.

Stapleton suspects every unit in the building will be sold by late fall due to the current high levels of interest in the space.

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