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say hey to Chris and Linda D., homeowners at Camargo Ridge (Madeira), clients of The Robert Lucke GroupPosted in Robert Lucke Group with tags Camargo Ridge, http://bit.ly/CamargoRidge, Joe Linz, Madeira Ohio, Randy LaMar, Robert Lucke, Robert Lucke Group, Scott Lucke, Star One Realtors, Tyler LaMar on 11/22/2016 by @CincinnatiPR
in your Cincinnati Business Courier (print) 2day: THE ROBERT LUCKE GROUP and CAMARGO RIDGE IN MADEIRA: ‘Attracting a Village’ ~~ http://www.robertluckegroup.com ~~ thx to Senior Reporter @TomCinciBiz and The Cincinnati @BusinessCourierPosted in Robert Lucke Group with tags Camargo Ridge, Cincinnati Business Courier, http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2016/09/28/exclusive-east-side-luxury-infill-development.html#i2, http://www.ci.indian-hill.oh.us, http://www.madeiracity.com, Indian Hill, Joe Linz, Madeira, Robert Lucke Group, Scott Lucke, Star One Realtors, thanks to Business Courier Senior Reporter Tom Demeropolis on 10/07/2016 by @CincinnatiPR
For IMMEDIATE RELEASE: press-release-from-robert-lucke-group-and-camargo-ridge-in-madeira-10-7-16
Madeira: Attracting a Village
— Young buyers join the neighborhood at Camargo Ridge, upscale community linking Indian Hill to Madeira, potentially the fastest-selling project in Robert Lucke Group history
— Urban Living meets country charm: Younger buyers embracing old-school features. Robert Lucke Group offering homes starting at $650,000, up to $3 million.
[CITY OF MADEIRA, Ohio ~ October 7, 2016] Reflecting a national trend of younger, Millennial-aged home buyers drifting a tad further from the urban core, the city of Madeira has emerged – specifically, the Camargo Ridge development bordering Indian Hill – as a new hot spot for the next generation.
“Madeira is made for Millenials,” says Joe Linz, vice president and partner at Star ONE Realtors Inc., the marketing agent working in tandem with the builder of Camargo Ridge, Robert Lucke Group. Camargo Ridge was recently featured in The Cincinnati Business Courier.
“You don’t always have buyers in their 30s moving into a neighborhood with an entrance price of $650,000, but Camargo Ridge is not your everyday community, which is reflected in the incredible demand that we’ve seen for our lots,” Linz said.
At the third-generation Robert Lucke Group – building homes throughout Greater Cincinnati for more than a half-century – Camargo Ridge could end up being the fastest-selling community in the company’s history, dating back to 1953.
“We were looking for something that was closer to the old neighborhood feel, that village concept, which is why we started looking at Madeira in the first place. Camargo Ridge gave us that feeling immediately,” said Chris D., a Camargo Ridge buyer along with his wife, Linda D. (last names withheld to protect privacy).
“There aren’t many places left in Cincinnati where you can still get that, but this is one of them.”
Camargo Ridge from The Robert Lucke Group: Midway Between the Flight from Suburbia to Downtown
“We came from suburbia, a 250-home neighborhood in Mason, and that was great, as was Mason, but we were just looking for something different now,” Linda D. added.
“When we first stumbled across Camargo Ridge, it was just a hillside and some trees, but credit the Robert Lucke Group and Star ONE for doing such a great job of visualizing what this could be,” said John C., another Camargo Ridge buyer, along with his wife, Shelly B. (last name also withheld, per privacy concerns).
“Working with the Robert Lucke Group has taken, what is considered to be a nightmare for most people, building your own custom home, but for us, it was an absolute joy to work with Scott (Lucke) and his people,” John C. continued.
“When most people hear you’re building a home, the first thing they say is, ‘Oh, I feel so sorry for you.’ But we found that to be the exact opposite,” said John C.
“Their contractors were highly professional. There was such incredible coordination throughout the building process. From the first day, to the day they handed us the keys, they were a well-oiled machine, with activity it seems every single day. They kept us informed and updated throughout the entire process. The Robert Lucke Group never lost sight of making us part of the process, and remember that we were the homeowners, and they wanted us to feel absolutely wonderful about our new home,” John C. said.
Custom Homes from The Robert Lucke Group starting at $650,000
Located a few miles from Kenwood and Interstate 71 – as well as providing excellent access to Madison Road and the rest of East Side Cincinnati – Robert Lucke Group and Star ONE are offering custom homes starting at $650,000, to upwards of $3 million.
“Older buyers will always be looking to downsize, and we’re had a tremendous reception from that segment of the market, but it does appear that we’re seeing more Millennials looking for this product,” Linz says.
IN CONCLUSION: FROM THE BUYER
“I would put builders in three categories,” concluded Chris D.
“There are some builders, about whom you hear nothing but negative.
“There are many, many others about whom you’ll hear both good and bad.
“It’s the very rare few that I would put in the category of the Robert Lucke Group, which is, all you ever hear about that company and their people is good.”
For more information about Camargo Ridge, please contact Mr. Linz at (513) 300-6663 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Today’s the day! Camargo Ridge grand opening and ribbon-cutting 10 a.m. in Madeira from Cincinnati’s oldest custom homebuilder, Robert Lucke GroupPosted in Robert Lucke Group with tags 10 am today, Camargo Ridge in Madeira, Media Alert for Tuesday October 20 2015, Robert Lucke Group on 10/20/2015 by @CincinnatiPR
CINCINNATI’S NEWEST MILLION-DOLLAR NEIGHBORHOOD OPENS IN MADEIRA: Camargo Ridge grand opening is 10 a.m. tomorrow (Tuesday, Oct. 20) courtesy developer, custom homebuilder Robert Lucke GroupPosted in Robert Lucke Group with tags 10.20.15, http://www.RobertLuckeGroup.com, Media Alert for tomorrow's Grand Opening of Camargo Ridge brought to you by Robert Lucke Group, Robert Lucke Group on 10/19/2015 by @CincinnatiPR
WHO: Robert Lucke Group, Master Developer and Custom Homebuilder of Camargo Ridge; Madeira Mayor Mike Steur; assorted friends, family and real estate professionals.
WHAT: Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting of Camargo Ridge, $15M upscale subdivision featuring lots up to 1.5 acres and homes between $700,000 and $1.5 million, brought to you by the Robert Lucke Group of Cincinnati.
WHEN: 10 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday (October 20, 2015).
WHERE: Camargo Ridge is located at the crossroads of The East Side in Cincinnati in the lovely enclave of Madeira, tucked between Indian Hill and Kenwood/Sycamore Township, at the intersection of Camargo Road and Shawnee Run Road. Easiest access is I-71 North – Kenwood Road exit, south on Kenwood Road, East on Shawnee Run Road to Camargo Road intersection with Shawnee Run.
WHY: “I could talk a long time about what makes Madeira special. Madeira is a special space, first and foremost because so many people who live and work here give back to the community,” said Madeira Mayor Mike Steur.
“What’s great about Camargo Ridge is that it offers a combination of generous lot sizes, seclusion and convenience. Just a half-mile from Madeira’s Central Business District and with easy access to the Sycamore Township business district and I-71, great shopping and dining are close-by, whether walking or driving.”
Previous Press Coverage of Camargo Ridge:
For Interviews, HD Video of Event and Hi-Res Photos, the Press Contact for Camargo Ridge is Andy Hemmer at (513) 604-5428 (cell/text) or email@example.com.
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CAMARGO RIDGE AND ROBERT LUCKE GROUP in your Cincinnati @BusinessCourier print edition today ~~ PRESS RELEASE: ‘Handcrafting Hi-End Housing: Still A Hit at Robert Lucke Group’ ~~ thx, @TomCinciBiz and @BusinessCourier! ~~ http://www.RobertLuckeGroup.com ~~ http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/01/12/exclusive-15-million-luxury-infill-development.html?page=allPosted in Robert Lucke Group with tags http://www.RobertLuckeGroup.com, https://wwwww.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/01/12/exclusive-15-million-luxury-infill-development.html?page=all, Robert Lucke, Robert Lucke Group, Scott Lucke, Tom Demeropolis on 01/16/2015 by @CincinnatiPR
Press Release Friday January 16 2015: Handcrafting Hi-End Housing Still A Hit at Robert Lucke Group – Press Release 1.16.15 by Andy Hemmer
Hand-Crafting Hi-End Housing:
Still A Hit at Robert Lucke Group
In Madeira, Butler County and at Rivercrest in Warren, Robert Lucke Group continues the craft of 60+ years of custom home building with million-dollar subdivisions
Camargo Ridge in Madeira prices start at $699,000 and escalate to $2-3 million.
r: Development strategy secures key infill sites in upscale locations.
Also Arriving: The Villages at Four Bridges in Liberty Township, Rivercrest in Warren County.
[CINCINNATI, Ohio ~ January xx, 2014] The Robert Lucke Group has unveiled a string of new custom home projects across the Tri-State, led by Camargo Ridge, a $15 million development on a rolling hillside in Madeira where the third-generation builder is hand-crafting homes priced between $699,000 and $3 million.
Camargo Ridge will have a formal groundbreaking for the 15-home development in early 2015; but in the meantime, the seasoned professionals at Robert Lucke Group (www.robertluckegroup.com) are looking for buyers, based on a legacy that’s buoyed the third-generation Symmes Township builder since its founding in 1952.
“The homes in Camargo Ridge will be built under a master development plan that allows us to maintain the Robert Lucke Group level of high quality, craftsmanship and style,” said Scott Lucke, company president.
“Our strategy, as a custom builder, is to find these smaller, infill-type sites in well-known, upscale communities, then design and build the house of a lifetime for our clients. At Camargo Ridge, we’re also offering lots between 1-1.25 acres, which is unheard-of in Madeira.”
“The successful execution of a custom homebuilding strategy in Greater Cincinnati these days means you have to find these smaller, infill communities – besides Madeira, we’re also looking for similar projects in Indian Hill and Montgomery – where we can be the developer and the builder,” said Randy LaMar, sales manager for Robert Lucke Group.
- The Villages at Four Bridges in Liberty Township (Butler County) is bringing 30 homes starting at $390,000, custom patio homes with golf memberships and no maintenance;
- At Rivercrest in Warren County, a new development where Lucke is one of the executive builders: 42 homes starting at $650,000 to be built in the Kings Local School District.
The Robert Lucke Group is based at 8825 Chapelsquare Lane in Cincinnati, Ohio, 45249. For more information, please visit www.robertluckegroup.com, call (513) 683-3300 or send Randy LaMar an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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BUILDING THE BRAND: Robert Lucke Group in Sunday Enquirer today. The Lucke Legacy ~ New Leadership and Company, Same Family Name, and Commitment to Luxury, Quality and Value.Posted in Robert Lucke Group with tags Bob Lucke, Cincy custom homebuilder in Sunday Enquirer today, Marion Lucke, Robert Lucke Group, Robert Lucke Homes, Robert Lucke Remodeling, Scott Lucke on 01/06/2013 by @CincinnatiPR
Official Press Release – For Immediate Release: The Lucke Legacy – New Leadership and Company, Same Family and Commitment to Luxury, Quality and Value – Official Press Release – featured in Sunday Enquirer 1.6.13 – PR by Andy Hemmer
New Leadership and Company, Same Family Name and Commitment to Luxury, Quality and Value at the new Robert Lucke Group
The new Robert Lucke Group, now led by Scott Lucke, is an old expert at Greater Cincinnati real estate.
Residential expert diversifies with Commercial, with new Office-Condos in early 2013.
[SYMMES TOWNSHIP, Ohio ~ Jan. 6, 2013] Sixty years after his grandfather started the company – and thousands of high-end, custom homes of superior quality and value later – the third-generation is now in charge at a renamed, recharged and high-flying Robert Lucke Group.
“With our company turning 60 this year, and being involved in so many different, yet convergent interests in the real estate area, we formed Robert Lucke Group to more effectively market, promote and grow one of the oldest custom homebuilders in Greater Cincinnati, while making sure our customers – and the market in general – are aware of the remodeling and commercial projects,” said Scott Lucke.
The third-generation Lucke, a lifelong employee who’s been kicking around the company since he could walk, was named President last month, having previously run the Robert Lucke Remodeling and Commercial divisions. Bob Lucke is continuing as CEO.
When Bill and Kathy Kinane started looking for ways to expand their prized property, the Manor House, a multi-purpose event center catering to private and public affairs, business weddings, bar mitzvahs, corporate meetings, dinners, social and corporate events, they needed some deft, skilled hands to design and execute a unique remodeling campaign.
The Kinanes were looking to expand an old golf course clubhouse into an extension of their original Manor House facility, one that could address the wide array of functions flocking to the wildly-successful Mason-Montgomery Road complex since it opened in 1997.
“We needed a building with a predominantly residential look and feel, one with all the craftsmanship of a really high-end home. We wanted all the high-end details, from the chandeliers to the floors, the moldings, the door handles, the bathrooms and the staircase. Everything had to be perfect.”
Kicking around the market, there was no shortage of construction, development and remodeling companies willing to do the job.
But the Kinanes didn’t want just anybody.
“Robert Lucke Remodeling turned out to be the perfect pick for us. They’re a smaller, family-run company with intense customer service, someone who’s hands-on, with us on-site every day, whom I could reach out to at any time throughout the process,” Kinane said.
The new Robert Lucke Group is poised for additional growth and opportunities, and looks forward to the next 60 years serving clients. The company is aggressively looking for a client to build in the 2013 version of HOMEARMA, at Carriage Hill in Liberty Township, Butler County.
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