Clark County’s newest homes star in the NW Natural New Homes Tour

VANCOUVER – The NW Natural New Homes Tour presented by DeWils features 18 of the hottest new homes on the market. Attendees have the first two weekends of June to visit a wide variety of home styles created by 12 different builders. Homes are priced from $289,000-$829,900.

To participate in this free event attendees can visit www.TheNewHomesTour.com and print a map. For the best navigating experience attendees are encouraged to download the Parade Craze app which provides turn-by-turn directions to each stop on the tour (typical mapping programs do not provide accurate routing to new construction). Visitors can choose to start at any home on the tour. The homes are open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day of the event.

The NW Natural New Homes Tour presented by DeWils features 18 of the hottest new homes on the market. Attendees have the first two weekends of June to visit a wide variety of home styles created by 12 different builders. Photo courtesy of BIA of Clark County
The NW Natural New Homes Tour presented by DeWils features 18 of the hottest new homes on the market. Attendees have the first two weekends of June to visit a wide variety of home styles created by 12 different builders. Photo courtesy of BIA of Clark County

Participating builders include:  Aho Construction, Cascade West Development, Glavin Homes, Holt Homes, New Tradition Homes, Pacific Lifestyle Homes, Pahlisch Homes, Urban NW Homes, Waverly Homes, 2 Creeks Construction, Generation Homes Northwest, and Ginn Development. Home photos can be viewed and more information found www.TheNewHomesTour.com.

The NW Natural New Homes Tour presented by DeWils is supported by Summit Funding.

The New Homes Tour kicks off on June 1 with the NW Natural Chef, Hop & Vine presented by DeWils. Home-seekers and home show enthusiasts alike can enjoy one of Clark County’s most unique ways to dine out on the town. Showgoers experience seven of Clark County’s newest homes while tasting great local food and libations. The homes, food and drinks can be experienced from 5-9 p.m.  

Tickets ($40) are limited to the first 400 people (21 and older) and must be purchased in advance. Tickets can be purchased online at  www.TheNewHomesTour.com. Half of the ticket proceeds will be donated to ROCKSOLID Community Teen Center, providing area youth with a “home away from home.”  

Culinary and home pairings for Chef, Hop & Vine include:

  • 2 Creeks Construction – The Oaks Bar & Grill and Loowit Brewing Company
  • Pahlisch Homes – Feast 316 and Fortside Brewing
  • New Tradition Homes – ManKakes and Pacific Perks
  • Pacific Lifestyle Homes – Mill Creek Pub and Alameda Brewing
  • Pacific Lifestyle Homes – NW Natural and Burnt Bridge Cellars
  • Generation Homes NW – Farrar’s Bistro and Heathen Brewing & Winery
  • Cascade West – South Pacific and Confluence Vineyard & Winery
Chef, Hop & Vine kickoff event on June 1 pairs new homes with some of Clark County’s finest food, beer & wine. Photo courtesy of BIA of Clark County
Chef, Hop & Vine kickoff event on June 1 pairs new homes with some of Clark County’s finest food, beer & wine. Photo courtesy of BIA of Clark County

Brianne Johnson, marketing director for DeWils and presenting sponsor helped launch the event three years ago.

“Chef, Hop & Vine is growing up,’’ Johnson said. “Attendees love the format and the event is definitely well suited to groups of friends touring together; visiting about their favorite food, drinks and home features. I’m pleased that we’ve been able to provide generous donations to our nonprofit partners each year. This year’s non-profit, ROCKSOLID Community Teen Center provides a wonderful safe-haven for north county kids.”

The NW Natural Chef, Hop & Vine presented by DeWils is supported by Peak Mortgage, Parr Lumber, Summit Funding and Loanstar Home Lending.

The Building Industry Association (BIA) of Clark County is a nonprofit trade association representing the interests of all businesses involved with real estate, land development, homebuilding and construction.

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