Categories: Living in St. Louis, Main Street Crossing, New Homes In St. Louis, New St. Louis Communities, Wildwood | Posted: December 31, 2016
It’s not something we’re used to in the suburbs. Our cars have become an indispensable part of our lives. Walking – with the intent and ability to do more than just exercise – almost seems a lost art for those of us who choose to live outside a city center.
Let us introduce you to Wildwood’s Main Street Crossing – but first, go get your walking shoes on. It’s OK…we’ll wait.
Now that you’re comfortable, here’s the scoop: if you live in Main Street Crossing, you can leave your car keys at home, walk out your front door instead of your garage door, and stroll – as in literally walk, comfortably, without working too hard at it – to everything from a Starbucks and a giant Dierberg’s to a couple of seriously cute boutiques and one of the best restaurants around. Depending on where you work, or your ability to talk your boss into opening a satellite office, you might even be able to walk to work every single day.
Sound impossible in the suburbs? Wildwood Town Center has all that, and now it’ll have Main Street Crossing. We’ve even come up with a new floor plan series to commemorate this new style of community for Payne Family Homes – our New Urban Collection. Stroll down the blocks – no cul-de-sacs – past the nostalgic homes (with garages tucked away in the back) and greet your neighbors on the way to the Saturday morning farmer’s market in the Town Center. Grab some fresh fruits and veggies, and a bottle or two of Missouri wine, and walk back down your street, stopping to sample brunch being served on the elevated, covered front porch of the friends you’ve made next door to your new house.
The pre-sale for Main Street Crossing starts January 1st. It’s the perfect day to start fresh with a whole new perspective on living in Wildwood. Call Community Manager Linda McCarthy at 314-565-8465 to kick 2017 off in a way that’ll probably end up changing the rhythm of your family’s life. Oh, and you might want to make sure you’ve got new walking shoes for your new life, too – you’ll get a whole lot more use out of them in Main Street Crossing.