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French TV Feature – A quest for the greenest residential developments

French TV came to town last summer looking for the greenest residential developments in the USA, and their quest led them straight to Grow Community.

Over the course of four busy days, Echo-Logis program host Anthony DaSilva and his crew interviewed Grow residents and the folks from our project developer Asani.

Watch the Echo-Logis half-hour feature here.

Even if you don’t speak French – there are no subtitles, Hélas! – the videography of Grow Community and our Bainbridge/Seattle land-and-seascapes is simply stunning. The Echo-Logis crew made extensive use of aerial photography with a small drone, and the footage is well worth seeing – whether or not you live at Grow, you’ll be reminded why you want to live here.

Thanks again to Anthony and his very talented crew for visiting Bainbridge Island and taking the Grow Community story to the globe. We know your storytelling will inform and inspire!

A Bee Brigade is born


Bainbridge Island students are learning to "bee positive" on the environment, thanks to the efforts of local educators and volunteers like Carl Lindbloom. We noted earlier that Grow Community has signed on to the Pollinator Improvement Plan, an … [Continue reading]

What’s the Grove all about?


As we welcome our newest residents to the Grove neighborhood, we should pause to reflect on what's drawing discerning buyers to the latest homes in our award-winning Grow Community. We promised urban living with nature at every doorstep, and … [Continue reading]

Construction Update: New lights, and other highlights


Completion of the Salal building has brought some comment about the exterior stair lighting on the north side of the building along Wyatt Way. The present lights are only temporary, put in to allow the building's first residents to move in … [Continue reading]

It’s move-in day!


The Grove neighborhood has some new faces with the move-in of it's first residents in the Salal building and Elan townhomes. Here’s a big Grow Community welcome to these newest neighbors! We look forward to meeting you all, and sharing the excitement … [Continue reading]

The sun shines on Grow construction

Winter took a short holiday this week and Grow was aglow in the low afternoon sun. The worksite hummed with construction activity as we round out the northernmost buildings in the new Grove neighborhood. Windows were trimmed and sealed at the … [Continue reading]

One planet, one community, and one goal: a new model for sustainable living.


Grow Community was founded on the principles of One Planet Living, proving that from design and construction to the choices we make as neighbors, we can live within the productive capacity of the earth. How are we doing? Find out in our “One … [Continue reading]

Now selling in the Park: Lilac townhomes and Sage single-level homes


Grow Community’s third and final neighborhood is planned to begin construction in early 2016, with homes now for pre-sale in the Lilac and the Sage buildings. The Lilac townhomes offer two- and three-bedroom floor plans over two levels, with … [Continue reading]

Salal goes solar


Washington’s biggest planned solar community is getting bigger. With completion of the Salal building in the new Grove neighborhood comes our latest solar array – and it’s a big one. Installers were on the Salal’s roof last week finishing … [Continue reading]

Podcast on pollinators – listen in now!

Heather and Amber of Pollinator Project

Not long back we announced Grow Community’s participation in Bainbridge Island’s new Pollinator Improvement Plan. Landscaping throughout our Grow neighborhoods will be “bee friendly,” with a rich mix of native flowering plants to give our little … [Continue reading]