Chatham Park Builders Earn Awards from HBA’s of Wake, Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties
Chatham Park, 7,068-acre live, work, play, learn master-planned community located in Pittsboro, was recognized for numerous awards on behalf of six acclaimed builders in the Triangle area. The accolades for design excellence were announced by the Home Builders Association of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties (HBA DOC) on Thursday evening the 6th and by the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County (HBA RWC) Monday evening the 10th at its annual Parade of Homes Awards Gala. Of the six winning homes, three were dual winners receiving recognition from both organizations.
Throughout the month of October, Triangle Parade of Homes is an event that celebrates residential builders, developers, and designers throughout the Triangle—several of which have contributed to the stunning homes, infrastructure and landscaping found within Pittsboro’s premiere master-planned community. This year’s winners from Chatham Park include:
“We are thrilled to see so many of the highly regarded builders found within our community recognized for their outstanding work during Triangle Parade of Homes,” said Vanessa Jenkins, Executive Vice President of Preston Development Company (developer of Chatham Park). “As our master-planned community continues to grow, we look forward to welcoming new builders, businesses and families alike to plant their roots here at Chatham Park.”
This marks the third year builders at Chatham Park have been recognized by the Home Builders Association of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties and the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County for quality design and innovation. Each of these recognitions is a testament to the precision and care that goes into building a sustainable, forward-thinking community like Chatham Park.
“Design is an important development principle in everything we do at Chatham Park, and our builders demonstrate their commitment by designing and building homes with thoughtful and innovative architecture,” said Jenkins. “We are delighted that they have received recognition for their outstanding work.”