In the charming neighborhoods of Wayzata, Minnesota, the women of BLVdevelopment (BLVd) are building a name for themselves – literally.
After just two and a half years of business, the real estate and development company has built custom homes on numerous lots across the suburb, impressing clients with superior organization and service along the way.
As a women-owned and operated business, BLVd has a recipe for success that comes with a hearty dose of talent and industry experience. Beth Ulrich, the company’s part-owner and real estate guru, first began selling homes in 1992. She took a sabbatical to work in marketing for seven years, where she met BLVd co-owner Virginia Carlson. The women formed a fast friendship before Ulrich eventually returned to real estate and joined the Lakes Sotheby’s office in Wayzata.