2021 NW Natural Parade of Homes location announced


Felida Park will be the site of next year’s event, which will be held July 9-25, 2021

VANCOUVER – The Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) announced Thursday Felida Overlook as the location for the 2021 NW Natural Parade of Homes.

Felida Overlook is a private, gated, 45-lot custom home community by Ginn Development. Photo by Jacob Granneman
Felida Overlook is a private, gated, 45-lot custom home community by Ginn Development. Photo by Jacob Granneman

Felida Overlook is a private, gated, 45-lot custom home community by Ginn Development. A few lots designated for the Parade are still available, starting at $350,000 with spacious lot sizes of 11,000-plus square feet. To learn more about the community, visit www.FelidaOverlook.com.

Next year’s NW Natural Parade of Homes will be held July 9-25, 2021. 

“It’s the first show after COVID,” said Patrick Ginn, CEO of the Ginn Group. “People will be interested to see how designs have changed because of all the changes to how people are living now. People are spending more time at home, working from home, and less time traveling.”

BIA Executive Director Avaly Scarpelli says the BIA is looking forward to next year’s event: 

“The BIA is delighted to work with the Ginn Group to rejuvenate the highly anticipated NW Natural Parade of Homes,” she said. “COVID-19 has caused a tremendous amount of disruption in our economy. Housing is more essential than ever before, and we’re excited to showcase design and functionality trends that have emerged from the pandemic.”

Details about the NW Natural Parade of Homes — including the date of Groundbreaking and which builders are featured — will be updated as they emerge at www.ClarkCountyParadeOfHomes.com.

Produced by the Building Industry Association of Clark County for more than 40 years, the NW Natural Parade of Homes is an annual showcase of elegant custom homes in Southwest Washington highlighting the best in home design, luxurious amenities, new technology, outdoor living and imaginative use of space.

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