John M. Zukoski, the Around Dublin blogger got some numbers for us.
Capri (2242 sq. ft.): $713K
Aria (2663 sq. ft.): $756K-$763K
Montare (2674 sq. ft.): $765K
Portofino (3027 sq. ft.): $813K
John said these numbers are from about a week or two ago. Also, he saw a few reservations on units from the first phase already.
My impression is that these homes are bigger and nicer than Lennar's Sonata, and they are priced VERY competitively when compared to Toll Brothers' Milano and Lennar's Sonata. I don't like the look-and-feel of Sonata's exterior, because they look cheap to me; however, I do love the solar roofs. The Cantara homes are supposed to be eco-homes, because they use a lot of recycled material and employ building methods that minimize energy loss. Unfortunately, they don't come with solar roofs. These homes' exteriors have a Mediterranean feel, so they feel more distinctive when compared to the Sonata homes.
There is also another Braddock & Logan development nearby called Salerno, which is also part of Fallon Village. I won't be able to check them out until mid-September, so if you have more questions about these two Braddock & Logan developments, I'd email John and ask him for his opinions and impressions. John seems to know the East Dublin developments like the back of his hand, so I'd definitely pick his brain. Good luck.