Guess what? Cully Grove will be featured as part of this year’s Build It Green! home tour on Saturday, Sept. 22nd. Check out a recent Oregonian article for information about Cully Grove and tour details.
It’s hot out there! Framing is nearly complete on the first two buildings. The first front porches are up and looking great. Roofs are stocked, rough-in plumbing is underway, and windows are arriving late next week. Across the rest of the site, we’re juggling dirt piles, big holes, and foundation forms as the basement buildingsContinue reading “Construction Update 8/16/12”
The site’s getting exciting! Framing has started on bldgs D and E, basements are dug out for bldgs A and B, and foundations are on their way. Lumber has arrived to frame the 1st 4 buildings. We’ve stockpiled lots of soil and hope to bring much of it to the future Thomas Cully Park upContinue reading “Construction update 7/17/12”
It took some last minute work with the city’s permit office, but we’re all set to go for a ~8:30am house move tomorrow (Wed.) morning. Stop by if you’d like to see Zach and Jessica’s house roll Very Slowly around the corner to its new home.
Today’s Daily Journal of Commerce has a nice cover story about new community-oriented projects, including Waverly Commons and Cully Grove. Check it out! Also, there’s a story about Cully Grove coming out in the February Hollywood Star News. Look for it on newstands soon.
Please join us Saturday, December 10 anytime from 4 to 7pm. It’s time to celebrate the many people coming together to make Cully Grove possible. Neighborhood advocates, future and prospective residents, architects and financial supporters are all part of the Cully Grove extended family – and we’d like to provide a chance for you toContinue reading “Friends of Cully Grove Holiday Party”
Based on feedback from parents of teenagers, we adjusted floorplans so that all homes have at least two full baths. Check out the new hazelnut and butternut ground floor drawings. Big thanks to Kai at Green Gables!
Due to projected construction & permit cost savings, all prices have been reduced, some into the low $300K’s. We are working toward a mid-January construction start, so we can be in our homes before the 2013 gardening season begins. Please contact Noelle for opportunities to meet the group and Eli to reserve a unit today.
Build community! Visit Portland Homestead Supply for a free class 6:30-8pm this Thursday by Eli Spevak on how he and others have launched small and large communities of homes in and around Portland. Eli will discuss design elements that foster food production/preservation, sharing and neighborly interaction, living lightly & abundantly on earth, and fun. CheckContinue reading “Free class at Portland Homestead Supply”
Yesterday Carrie Sturrock posted a piece about Cully Grove and the August 28 Open House. While she has her own style, Carrie’s blog is to Portland what Grist is to the nation — a hub of eco-information and practical tips.