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Grow Community begins selling houses in phase two of development

Grow Community is now accepting advance reservations for its second phase of homes.

Phase two of development will introduce two new neighborhoods to the sustainable, solar-powered community: the Grove and the Park.

"In designing and building the Grove and the Park, we are completing our vision of providing an enriching place to live — one that provides opportunities to age in place, enjoy benefits and satisfaction inherent with intergenerational living and doing it all in a sustainable and healthy community," said Jeff Sharp, the Grow Community development manager.

Sales begin with the first 49 homes in the Grove. These include two- and three-bedroom single-level homes, two-story townhomes and two-bedroom, single-family attached residences.

The two neighborhoods will include a mix of townhomes, single-level and single-family homes.

Residences in the Grove will border a quiet native woodland, and homes in the Park will flank an open green.

Each provides a floor plan that promotes accessible, intergenerational living.

Also, 60 percent of of the new neighborhoods are dedicated to green space and community gardens.

Parking will be placed underground to maximize green space.

A sales office will be open July 12-13 at 180 Olympic Drive SE, next to the Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal.

Sales for the Park neighborhood, which also offer a variety of home designs, will be announced later this year.

"We're very excited to be embarking on this next phase of the community," Sharp said.

For more information, visit www.growbainbridge.com.

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