Yearly Archives: 2016

Norton Commons: A Great Place to Live and Give

Norton Commons isn’t just a great place to live, work, and shop. It’s also a great place to serve the local community. The residents and businesses in Norton Commons support a number of charities throughout the year and especially during the holiday season. As soon as the calendar page turns to December, parents in the […]

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Shop and Dine at Norton Commons for all the Benefits of Shopping Locally

Shopping locally is more popular than ever before, and with good reason. Discover for yourself the benefits of shopping close to home at the Shops of Norton Commons. Local businesses offer enhanced customer service. They know their products and excel in attention to detail. Shop and restaurant owners in the Norton Commons community are known […]

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Homearama countdown: Lot N223

In the final moments before Homearama opens this weekend, we share with you one more featured home. Lot N223, a Mastercraft Home and the interior was designed by Jennifer Burgin. This home features a double-covered front porch, with a beautiful view of Emerald Park. An open kitchen and great room are part of the design, […]

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Homearama Countdown: Lot 217

Homearama begins this weekend and we are excited to welcome the community into Norton Commons to see new homes like this week’s featured home, located in Lot 217 and built by Michael O’Dea.   Inspired by designs of Charleston, SC, we encourage you to stop by and see for yourself this home featuring two large entertaining […]

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Homearama Countdown: Lot N218

With less than 3 weeks until the start of Homearama, we’re looking at Lot N218 this week, being built by Provident Homes. The team at Provident Homes of Kentucky has over 50 years experience in the real estate business, has built numerous homes in the neighborhood and 9 Homearama houses to date. That includes their Homearama […]

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Homearama Countdown: Lot N222

Are you a fan of Craftsman Style? If so, you’ll love the traditional Craftsman bungalow by Miter Construction and Southern Inspirations by Linda Gale! There are only 4 weeks until the start of Homearama, and this Craftsman-style home being built on N222 is our focus this week. This gorgeous property features a full-length covered porch, private […]

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Homearama Countdown: Lot N224

With only 5 weeks until Homearama begins, we’re peeking at lot N224, being constructed by Artisan Signature Homes. N224 is a 3-story siding home replete with upgrades and incredible detail. The double porches have a unique custom railing design, and the owner’s suite opens up onto its own private porch. The spacious kitchen provides plenty of cabinet storage and a […]

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Homearama Countdown: Lot N225

With only 6 weeks until Homearama begins, we’re checking out lot N225, being constructed by Leo Thieneman & Sons, LLC. Thieneman Built Homes is a locally-owned, multi-generational family company that has been building in the Louisville area since the 1960’s. Thieneman says their personalized service and hands-on supervision is what sets them apart from other builders. You’ll have a chance […]

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Homearama Countdown: Lot N226

With only 7 weeks until the start of Homearama, this week we’re checking out lot N226, being built by Paragon Homes. Paragon Homes has been building custom homes in Louisville for over 20 years. Scott Yates, the company’s principal, is a Member of the Board of Directors for the Builders Industry Association of Louisville and also for […]

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Homearama Countdown: Lot N227

With only 8 weeks until the start of Homearama, we’re looking at N227, built by UberGreen Spaces & Homes. UberGreen, owned by sustainability designer and progressive builder Sy Safi, was founded with the mission that each project should be “socially just, culturally rich, and ecologically restorative.” Accordingly, UberGreen’s focus is on building spaces that improve health and well-being, […]

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