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Construction update: All’s super at Cooper

197As we begin home presales in Phase 2, we’re rounding out our first neighborhood, the Village, with the Cooper Apartments on the north end of the grounds.

Cooper West is now getting its interior finishes and fixtures. All windows and doors have been installed, and with siding more than 50 percent complete, the exterior look is really taking shape; watch for exterior painting in the next few weeks. The building should be completed and ready for move-in by mid-September.

Cooper East follows right behind, and should be ready for tenants on Oct. 1. Both buildings are fully leased.

Meanwhile, Phase 2: The Grove and the Park neighborhoods have now gone before the city’s Design Review Board, the Planning Commission and the Hearing Examiner, and we’ve earned positive recommendations at every step of the process. Next we submit plat drawings for the subdivision to the City Council for review and approval.

The permit for the site work and the Grove’s underground garage have been submitted and are under review. Once permits are released later this summer, demolition, grading and utility work will begin on the full five acres. Watch our Grow Community news page for further updates.

Strong demand for Grove neighborhood

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What a great opening weekend! Buyers reserved 27 percent of homes in the Grove, Grow Community’s newest neighborhood, during the grand opening of our new sales office this past weekend. Thank you to everyone who made our opening weekend gala such … [Continue reading]

Solar-powered Grow Community continues to blossom outside of Seattle

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Green building guru Matt Hickman of the popular Mother Nature Network has a great writeup here about Grow Community phase 2, calling it “even more lovable” than phase 1! Mother Nature Network Matt Hickman Wed, Jul 09, 2014 at 02:36 … [Continue reading]

Introducing the Grove & the Park

Urban living with nature at every doorstep. Grow Community’s first neighborhood, the Village, set a new standard for comfortable, sustainable urban living with its cluster of beautifully designed, energy-efficient single-family homes. Now come the … [Continue reading]

Home Sales Begin for New Grove Neighborhood in Grow Community

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, WA. 6.30.14 – Advance reservations are now underway for Grow Community 2, a sustainable, solar-powered community on Bainbridge Island. Grow Community’s latest phase will bring two new neighborhoods, the … [Continue reading]

Grow Community on Bainbridge gets ready for the second phase

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June 24, 2014 By JOURNAL STAFF The first phase has 41 units and is nearly complete, with single-family houses, duplexes and apartments. All the houses have been purchased and all the rental units are leased. PHC Construction is seeking … [Continue reading]

Auburn University’s School of Real Estate Development tours Grow

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Friday, June 20th we had a visit from students within Auburn University’s School of Real Estate Development. The program primarily has working professionals in the building, development, and real estate industries in a 2 year masters … [Continue reading]

Trees for Global Benefits visiting Grow

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Pauline, the Director of Trees for Global Benefits was visiting at Grow this last week.  This program sells carbon offsets to provide funds supports farmers in Uganda, providing funds to help them plant trees and manage their land.  Carbon offsets … [Continue reading]

Building for Wellness: The Business Case – Urban Land Institute

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DOES WELLNESS MAKE BUSINESS SENSE AS A DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE? How have developers pursued this objective? What has the market response been? And how have developers measured their success? Grow Community is featured in this publication by Urban … [Continue reading]

Setting New Standards of Efficiency

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Two members of the Grow team, Dylan Sievertson (PHC) and Greg Lotakis (Asani), recently joined other builders within NEEA’s (Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance) Phase 1 of the Next Step Homes Program to discuss the future of our residential built … [Continue reading]