A manufactured housing land lease community is a long term investment for the community owners and for the home buyers who are also community residents. Key to keeping a community sustainable is providing amenities and more importantly reliable water and sewer service to residents.
Everybody takes underground utilities for granted! Many mobile and manufactured home communities however started decades ago with small private water systems with on-site wells. Individual septic systems adequately provided for the disposal of waste. Over time, as municipal utilities become available, connections to these systems are made, and the original systems become obsolete. While city utilities are somewhat more expensive, they relieve the headaches associated with on-site systems and provide very consistent and reliable benefits.
Jensen’s has owned and managed Lakeview off Christopher Columbus Boulevard in Danbury CT since 1963. For the last 15 years we have been working to bring City sewer to the community and are pleased that the work is nearing completion this fall!
Jensen’s has rebuilt most all of its original communities and this Fall will finish the work at Lakeview. New home sales have been on hold up until this point. But now, we are working with the many new buyers ready to Get in on the Good Life!® at Lakeview. Our first new homes sold last month! We appreciate the patience of community residents who are looking forward to seeing the vacant home sites filled and their roads repaved.
Revitalizing a community’s infrastructure is fundamental to keeping it sustainable and thriving. Maintaining longtime residents and attracting new customers with the investment is what makes the work so rewarding. If you have not been to Lakeview lately, come visit and watch the finishing touches that will really make this community shine in its wonderful location on Lake Kenosia!
Kris Jensen III
Get in on the Good Life!®