Building Industry Association of Clark County thrilled to open this year’s GRO Parade of Homes, presented by HomeStreet Bank
The Building Industry Association of Clark County is ready to host this year’s GRO Parade of Homes, presented by HomeStreet Bank.
The event, located in Ridgefield this year, showcases the finest in luxury home design. The parade will open for guests on Sept. 9 and run through Sept. 25 (but is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays).
Guests can expect to see innovative floor plans, enviable designs, the latest in appliances, and outdoor living trends. GRO is one of the premier landscape design and installation companies in the Northwest and has participated in the Parade of Homes for 15 years.
Six homes from five builders will be featured in this year’s show at Zephyr Point in Ridgefield.
Glavin Homes built Hazel Merrin and Oak View. Cascade West Developing built The Haven. Affinity Homes built The Wickenburg. Rivercrest Construction built The Aletta. Genesis Homes NW built The Kousa. For Genesis and Rivercrest, 2022 marks the first year participating in the Parade of Homes.
“With a variety of interior design styles, a focus on outdoor living trends, and a strong housing market, this year’s show will be unrivaled,” said Caleb Blanton, committee chair for the Parade of Homes. “Our builders are once again looking forward to showcasing their craftsmanship, diverse designs, and passion for building the places we call home.”
The parade is from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. beginning Friday, Sept. 9 through Sunday, Sept. 25. (But closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.) Off-site parking is located at 2205 S. Hillhurst Road in Ridgefield. That is a short walk away from the Parade of Homes or golf carts will shuttle guests to and from the parking lot.
The Parade also has some special event days, including Hero Day on Sept. 11. First responders and military can get $3 off of tickets. (Must have ID). On Sept. 15, it’s Builder/Realtor Day. Local builders and realtors can enjoy the parade at no charge. And on Sept. 22, guests can meet the designers and Designer’s Day.
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