Business Rooted in Community - Why We Do What We Do

Business Rooted in Community - Why We Do What We Do

“I see an opportunity to not just be in the business of building homes, but to serve a community need,” said Rob. Right now, that community need comes in the form of housing at an affordable price point, and just because the housing is more affordable doesn’t mean it can’t have a little flair.

Framing the Small House Movement - Bigger Isn't Always Better

Framing the Small House Movement - Bigger Isn't Always Better

Smaller homes are cheaper to build, and as such come with a lower price tag. With the current nation-wide housing shortage, home ownership may seem like a pipe dream for the average buyer. Small homes offer a way to step into the real estate market without breaking the bank. 

In Urban Design, You Don’t Have to Leave Creativity at the Door

In Urban Design, You Don’t Have to Leave Creativity at the Door

The truth is, the Washington State population is only growing larger and land development is a necessary element to that growth. We can either bust out the pitchforks and torches and fight the changing urban landscape tooth and nail, or we can accept that while land development may be inevitable, it doesn’t have to be burdensome, impersonal, or problematic.