An architectural rendering submitted to Howell Township shows one of the styles of single-family homes included in a proposed residential development near Mason and Burkhart roads in the township.

HOWELL TWP. — A group of real estate developers is pursuing a plan that could bring more than 500 new housing units to the township. 

Pending final approvals, the development will feature a mixture of housing types, including market rate single-family homes, apartments and senior independent living units on about 95 acres near the northwest corner of Mason and Burkhart roads. 

Bruce Michael, a partner of Rochester Hills-based investment group Mason and Burkhart LLC that is developing the site, said the project will appeal to different demographics.

He said the plan is to construct 553 residences in phases over the course of several years. The single-family home portion of the development will target middle-aged and older adults, but won’t be age restricted. 

“The vision is on the northern portion of the property, 175 single-family lots intended to be for active adult purchasers, primarily small lots,” Michael said.

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