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.
Amanda Faught of KATU News Green Living produced a feature story about Cully Grove this week.
Continuing to spread the word… Here’s a nice little piece about the Cully Grove project in Neighborhood Notes.
Good news… We applied last month for a rebate to help defray the additional costs of providing ecoroofs over both carport buildings – and just heard today that our application was approved and accepted!
Thanks to some great work by Zach at http://www.onehundredseconds.com, we just completed this 100 second video about the Cully Grove project: Also, check out this short video about Cully Grove co-developer, general contractor, and 2010 BEST Award recipient, Orange Splot LLC: Meet the 2010 BEST Award winner for Products or Services – Orange Splot ViewContinue reading “Videos to share”