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Summer draws us to the Park

You can’t say Grow without Community – and our next phase, the Park, puts an exclamation point on it!

Our planned Community Center (to be constructed at the north end of the Park) is now under review by the city, and we’re counting on input from the public as we move the project forward. Watch for more news about the center and your chance to help us shape what is sure to be a great amenity.


Elsewhere in the Park, midsummer finds foundations for the Sage and Lilac buildings are complete, with framing to begin next week. We expect framing for both structures to go up quickly, as we’re “panelizing” the construction to reduce onsite waste.

The Trillium multifamily building, which will anchor the south end of the grounds, is going through final designs and should be in for city review soon.

Meanwhile our second phase, the Grove, begins to wind down with ongoing move-ins and final wrap-up set for fall.

Grow recently “went live” on the Multiple Listing Service through Windermere, and demand is hot! Several homes went under contract within hours, and a flurry of new inquiries rolled in from prospective buyers.

Join them! Stop by the Grow Community model unit today, and see the fine new homes are coming online by the week.

Three flavors of multifamily solar at Grow Community


Condos, apartments, townhomes - three flavors of multifamily construction, each with its own challenges for reaping the power, and financial benefits, of solar investment. Asani development company is tackling all three at once at Grow … [Continue reading]

The Grove is wrapping up, now on to the Park

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Summer finds us buttoning up - that is, putting the finishing touches on Grow Community’s second neighborhood, the Grove. Setting the pace is the Juniper at the north end of the grounds. New residents are now moving in, and the rooftop solar … [Continue reading]

Accessibility, ‘aging in place’ guide Grow Community design


The most comfortable retirement home is your own home. On this point, older Americans widely agree: three-quarters surveyed say their number one goal is to stay in their own home as long as possible, in the familiar environment of connections, … [Continue reading]

Grow ‘hits the Easy button’ for sustainability

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It takes a lot of work to make sustainability simple. But making the choice of a low-impact lifestyle easy for buyers was the goal at Grow Community from the very start. In an article titled “We Only Have One Planet,” Reserve Magazine explores … [Continue reading]

Construction is apace and sales are brisk at Grow phase 2, the Grove!


We are excited to report that Salal building solar went live on April 29. It has been a long road to this point, but the building's rooftop is now producing energy. And there's more to come - the first round of Elan owners should be seeing solar … [Continue reading]

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 … [Continue reading]

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]