Virtual Home Features Tour
Haven't had a chance to visit our model homes yet, or want to learn about our One Planet home features while wearing your pajamas and sitting in bed with your laptop?
Check out our new online virtual tour
and learn all about what makes Grow Community and its homes so unique.
the Everett, 3 bed 2.5 bath home
ONLY 3 LEFT
These energy efficient homes are designed for families. Upstairs, you will find a master suite and an open space for an office or playroom. Two additional bedrooms have flexible closets in between that move to create one large room. Open spaces downstairs allow for flexible use. The mudroom keeps the winter wet from creeping inside. These homes can be powered entirely by the solar on the roof.
NOW SELLING! Only 3 left.
Please contact our Sales/Leasing Director, Joie Olsen at 206.452.6755 if you are interested in learning more about this fabulous home and living at Grow Community.
The concept for Grow Community has always been based on an intergenerational community. We imagine a neighborhood where families, young children, singles, retired couples, and elders all live in homes that suit their needs. But not only that, the community, in it's physical and social design, is intended to encourage interactions amongst all these residents. We imagine a neighborhood where relationships are formed, spontaneously and intentionally, where young and old play together in the garden, share experiences and care for each other.
To explore what this type of community might look like, we held a workshop last month. In our workshop we asked folks to 'backcast' - imagining that they were living at Grow already and they sent a postcard to a loved one about the community. Here is what they wrote.
Ani - you will love my new house/life in Grow. We have soup night every month and I am a driver volunteer taking people to the ferry, store, etc. in the community electric car. I babysit for a 6 and 8 year after school they live 2 houses down - so much to do in the neighborhood. I lead a writing group at our converted "Grow House" every week. I'm gardening and eat what I grow - finally. Still live a walkable life like I used to, but best is my carbon footprint is about zero. Yay! Mama