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We are building a community rooted in nature and innovation. With that, comes a strong relationship with growing healthy food making us a flourishing agrihood. Over a third of our community is dedicated green space, and our urban farm is part of it. We have orchards, blueberry patches, and a whole lot more when it comes to wanting to commune with nature. Our glasshouses provide a place for winter gardening and some wonderful produce for a majority of the year. Imagine tomato plants that reach sky high and touch the roof tops with stems that look like tree trunks. ... Read more

LEED Platinum Building

At Pringle Creek Community, we built the first LEED Platinum Certified community center in the nation, so we know how awesome it is to build to that level of sustainability. Our community center, called Painters Hall, serves as a resident amenity as well as being available to rent out to the public. This overlay of private vs. public use is a wonderful mix of cross pollination. Painters Hall hosts resident activities geared around health and wellness, be it yoga to become more present or book club for socializing and strengthening bonds within community. Green building is also a part ... Read more

Forest City

Imagine a place where there are towering tree groves and wildlife scampering about. We have that at Pringle Creek Community. We have a steadfast sustainable contract to preserve at least 80% of the large tree cover. Not only that, but over a third of our community is dedicated green space for residents and the greater community to enjoy. Our green building practices go above and beyond standard construction with LEED Certification for each home that insures you and your family will live healthier with less environmental impact. The LEED program not only includes rigorous standards for building homes, but also ... Read more

Pervious Pavement

At Pringle Creek Community, we are leading innovation. We are the early adopters of what is called green living. One piece to our sustainable development is pervious pavement. How is that beneficial to the environment? It means that our roads allow water from rain and snow to go straight back into the water table rather than getting displaced, picking up pollution along the way, and potentially causing flooding. We know that water is a precious resource, and in Oregon, we've got a lot of it during the rainy season. Our Maintenance Manager, Paco Sanchez, does a fantastic job at making ... Read more

UK Greenest Year Ever

At Pringle Creek Community, we believe in building homes that promote healthier living. In the last year we've built many types of homes to the upmost green building standards. All with the goal of cultivating community and leaving a lighter footprint on the earth. You can build your healthy dream home or purchase a well thought out healthy home that we have built. Getting in from the ground up is a great idea, because home values for 2018 are projected to rise. The Net Zero home built with Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) technology is coming to fruition with plans to ... Read more
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