After having our Chicago condo on the market for a while and then living temporarily in Indiana, we began looking for a home that was either new or already updated. We didn’t want to live through a renovation. When we met Frank at the Glens of Connemara, we hit it off with him immediately. He was down to earth and opened up to us about the industry. We liked his models, but Lemont wasn’t where we wanted to be. He then told us that if we could find the lot, he could build the home. When we found this vacant lot in LaGrange at a good price, it was an ah-ha moment for us. Frank had his architect draw the plans. We marked them up a bit, but he really captured everything we wanted from the start: an attached garage; an open floor plan; lots of windows; and four bedrooms, so we could grow into the home and have space for out-of-town guests. The entire process with 5th Avenue was one of the easiest things we’ve ever done. Everything was transparent. When Frank or Patrick told us something was going to be done, it was – and at the cost they said it would be. They were easy to deal with and so accessible, even to the point that when we were standing in the store and wondering about appliance dimensions, we sent Patrick a text and he got back to us immediately. The day before we moved in, Patrick took us on a tour of the home and he noticed how our washing machine on the second floor extended out just a touch from the wall. It was still functional, so we were content. Patrick wanted it perfect though. The next day, he had a crew out here to cut, tape, patch, sand, and paint. That wasn’t something he had to do, but he did. From beginning to end, 5th Avenue gave us nothing short of a professional, high-quality experience.