BUILDERS STORY

The Gateway Cranbury is being developed by two groups, High Point Development and Robertson Douglas Group.

High Point Development is managed by Paul Schneier. Schneier has been in the homebuilding business in New Jersey for over twenty five (25) years. Before starting his own real estate development company, Schneier was President of the Northeast Corridor Division of Pulte Homes (including Centex & Del Webb) for just under six years. Prior to that, Schneier was President of Beazer Homes USA in NJ, PA and NY. Schneier has also had significant positions with K. Hovnanian Homes and Pinnacle Communities. In these various roles, Schneier has lead organizations that have delivered thousands of homes in this geographic area. Award winning single family developments in Warren, Hillsborough, Morristown and Raritan Townships, all in NJ, are just a few of the communities developed under Schneier’s watch. Recent communities include Estates at Robbinsville, Estates at Holmdel Fields, Whippany Crossing, Wright Place at Wesmont Station, and Lafayette Townhomes in Morristown, NJ.

Robertson Douglas Group is a company that has been building quality homes in New Jersey for thirty (30) years. Lead by Jeffrey Dobrzynski, Robertson Douglas Group has forged a legacy of excellence in the homebuilding arena with over 2,000 homes built and sold. Robertson Douglas Group has strived to understand its buyers and the sub-markets it builds in, keeping abreast of the latest design trends in homebuilding while maintaining the uncompromised quality for which it has become renowned. Examples of Robertson Douglas Group completed communities includes the Enchantment series of active adult communities and River Vue at Hoffman’s Marina.

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