Thursday, April 21st, 2011
Did you know that Saturday, April 23rd is Earth Day?
Here are some fun ideas to celebrate Earth Day around the Bay Area:
Wednesday, April 13th, 2011
Things are buzzing along at The Enclave at Waverly Park in Mountain View. We hosted a team event yesterday to celebrate the completion of the models.
Check out the few photos from the event.
Richard took the gorgeous photos of the bees and several others. Â Marc was kind enough to take many photos of the team.
Thursday, April 7th, 2011
We mentioned that Robert Freed, SummerHill’s President and CEO, would be speaking at ULI South Bay Housing Forum. Â Now, we’re even more excited to share video from the event! Â Did you attend? Â What do you think is next for homebuilding in the Bay Area?
Tuesday, February 1st, 2011
That’s right, there are only TWO homes left at Satake Estates in Mountain View. Â Seems like just yesterday Mountain View Voice bid adieu to the Satake Nursery and we shared that the Satake Estates models were grand opening – now both spectacular models are the FINAL homes available for sale at this charming community.
And if you’re looking for fun once you move in, here are some great ideas: (more…)
Friday, October 29th, 2010
Halloween is this Sunday, which also coincides with game 4 of the World Series with our own San Francisco Giants. Â So if you’re not planning to stay home and watch the game, here are some ideas for fun around town:
Friday, August 20th, 2010
Here are some ideas to get you started: (more…)
Thursday, July 1st, 2010
Tuesday, June 8th, 2010
Check out the fun grand opening of the Carolyn Norris Park at Parkwood!
Vice Mayor Judy Chirco opened the event, Carolyn’s family shared special memories of her life, and Joe Head, president of SummerHill Land, shared about the importance of this park to the community. (more…)
Monday, April 5th, 2010
Tomorrow we’re hosting a broker event at our Merimont community in San Bruno. We wanted to share some tasty treats with our broker partners. Â It would be easy to pick up pastries at Starbucks, where we will be getting the coffee, but that just didn’t seem as fun as supporting the local bakery. Â I hopped on Yelp and discoveredÂ Pastisserie Ganache in San Bruno.
Friday, February 19th, 2010
Happy Chinese New Year that is! The 2010 Chinese New Year began on February 14th with the new moon and involves a host of festivities lasting approximately 2 weeks. Welcome the Year of the Tiger (see a traditional chinese papercut version of the tiger below). The Tiger is a sign of bravery and brings protection, courage and power. Sounds to me like a much needed sign for this recovering economy. If you are looking for ways to welcome this encouraging sign, you don’t have to look far! Here are some local ways to celebrate this Chinese New Year!