HOWELL, Mich, July 16, 2019- Allen Edwin Homes, has broken ground on a new phase in Marion Creek in Howell. Marion Creek is located in the Howell School District on Weatherstone Lane, off of Peavy Road south of I-96. The neighborhood offers homebuyers 27 different floorplans ranging from ranches to two story homes with pricing starting from $225,495.
PORTAGE, Mich, May 14, 2019- Michigan-based homebuilder Allen Edwin Homes is among the nation’s top 100 home building companies according to BUILDER Magazine. Compiled of public and private builders, the BUILDER 100 List takes into account the number of closings reported for the previous calendar year along with gross revenue. Allen Edwin Homes had 692 closings in 2018, placing them at No. 69 on the BUILDER’s list.
As home prices across the country have risen, Allen Edwin Homes has introduced a new collection of homes focused on the first time buyer. The Integrity Collection, launched in November, 2018 will offer homebuyers seven (7) different floorplans that consist of raised ranches and two story homes.
Thursday August 30, 2018
Allen Edwin Homes Team
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich, August 30, 2018- Allen Edwin Homes, one of the largest home builders in the state has broken ground on a new community in Kentwood called Bretonfield Preserve. Bretonfield Preseve is located in the Kentwood School District on 60th Street, between Kalamazoo Avenue and Wing Avenue.
NEW COMMUNITY TO BE BUILT IN HOWELL
ALLEN EDWIN HOMES TO BRING NEW HOMES TO MARION TOWNSHIP
PORTAGE, Mich, January 17, 2017- Allen Edwin Homes has announced plans for a new community that will bring over 90 new homes to the Howell school district in 2018. The community, Marion Creek, is in Marion Township, located off of Peavey Road, south of I-96. Ground breaking is scheduled to begin in January, with a Grand Opening on Saturday, Jan. 20 from 12-2 p.m.
Marion Creek will offer a variety of floorplans including options from the popular Elements and Traditions portfolio from Allen Edwin. Floor plans from 2,000 to over 3,300 square feet of living space. Pricing starts from the $280’s for Marion Creek.
At Allen Edwin Homes, we build homes exclusively for friends and family. Any pet owner knows that their pets are a part of their family and it is no different here at AEH. We know that everyone needs a home for the holiday, especially our furry friends. That’s why Allen Edwin Homes has teamed up with the Humane Society of West Michigan to help support animals in need.
One of our company values is Life and we believe our values become real to our team when we make room to experience them. We have a short summer season in Michigan and it’s important that we take advantage of the opportunities we have in life to spend with friends and family. Therefore, Allen Edwin Homes has decided to give all employees a 3-day weekend. All employees will have this Friday, August 4th off to spend anyway that they please.
Allen Edwin is encouraging not only their employees, but Allen Edwin Homeowners, Realtors and fans to share what they will or would do with their Friday off. Everyone is invited to share their ideas, plans, photos or pictures of what they did over the weekend on social media by posting on Allen Edwin Homes’ wall, tagging Allen Edwin in their post or using the hashtag #AEH3dayweekend. Two people who post will be randomly chosen to win a GoPro Action Camera so that they can capture all their precious memories with friends and family. One winner will be an AEH employee and the other will be someone outside of the company chosen at random. This contest will go from Wednesday August 2nd until Tuesday, August 8th. The winner will be announced on Monday, August 14th.
Backyard Camp Out: Grab the marshmallows, pillows, and blankets for this fun night in the “wilderness”! Lay down a tarp in the grass and cover it with pillows and blankets for a cozy night outside with the kids. Spend the evening roasting marshmallows over candles, taking turns telling ghost stories, making shadow animals on the side of the house with a flashlight, and stargazing while cuddled in your mountain of pillows.
This privately situated community with over-sized lots and good schools offers a natural backdrop for suburban living.
Rolling Hills is in Georgetown Township, one of Michigan’s fastest-growing communities, near Jennison and Hudsonville and a short commute to Grand Rapids.
Shopping, restaurants, banks, and retail are a few miles away in Jenison. Rolling Hills features convenient access to I-196 and is 15 minutes from downtown Grand Rapids. Metropolitan proximity gives residents the benefits of big-city attractions and amenities while still able to retreat to the peace and quiet of home. The community is 10 minutes from RiverTown Crossings Mall, whose anchor stores include Macy’s, Younkers and Kohls. Dining options abound near the mall, from popular picks such as Olive Garden, On the Border and T.G.I. Friday’s, to an assortment of family-friendly restaurants
Harbor Club is South Haven’s newest destination for those seeking an active outdoor lifestyle. Tucked among 40 acres of preserved woodlands and wetlands and within blocks from Lake Michigan, homes in this community evoke cottage living all year round. Homeowners have access to the community clubhouse and pool at the Woodland Harbor Marina, which is situated on the Black River and empties into Lake Michigan.
This quiet community, cradled by mature trees, provides easy access to virtually every amenity in the greater Kalamazoo area.
Misty Creek, with oversized lots, offers a coveted blend of peaceful escape and nearby city bustle. Flanking the community are Al Sabo and Asylum Lake Preserves, natural retreats with extensive biking and walking trails through the woods and wetlands. Nearby Stadium Drive features a wide variety of options for dining with everything from local favorites to well know chain-restaurants. There are several banks, coffee shops, gas stations and everyday amenities just minutes from Misty Creek. The University Commons shopping center features a fitness center, rock n’ roll bowling alley and spa, and is located across the street from the new Costco.
This peaceful community setting is cradled by a surrounding forest, and tucked between two of Kalamazoo’s commercial arteries for shopping, dining and accessibility.
This quaint community sits at the edge, but within the boundaries of the Kalamazoo Public Schools district, meaning residents qualify for the Kalamazoo Promise which pays college tuition for KPS students at any in-state university. Kalamazoo Public Schools are ranked 157th out of 507 districts by bridgemi.com, and is home to a well-known math and science center for high school students. Sky King’s Oshtemo Township location equates to lower taxes and a more suburban lifestyle. Residents enjoy a 10-minute straight shot to downtown Kalamazoo and are within minutes of regular conveniences including Meijer and Wal-Mart.
This small community on the banks of the Grand River blends rural, small town and suburban living with easy access to the state capital.
Meadow Woods East sits on the edge of Grand Ledge, a small town that comes by its name honestly, with nearby sandstone and quartz ledges that provide some of the best – in fact, some of the only – rock climbing in Michigan. Mature trees line the Grand River in this central Michigan community that provides plenty of outdoor recreation. Activities are available just across the river at Fitzgerald Park, which has a disc golf course and nature trails. The Ledge Meadow Golf Course is 10 minutes away across the river.
Monday February 20, 2017
Allen Edwin Homes Team
Cadence Place is nestled along the Lake Michigan Drive corridor, allowing easy access to either Grand Rapids or Lake Michigan. The peaceful community setting is in Ottawa County in the Allendale School District. Homesites are situated on preserved open space along the Grand River Valley and offer views of Old Growth Woodlands.
Wednesday January 18, 2017
Allen Edwin Homes Team
This family-friendly community is tucked in between Texas Township and the larger adjoining communities of Portage and Kalamazoo, offering top-notched schools and quick entry into some of Kalamazoo County’s most lovely nature preserves.
Copperleaf in the northwest corner of Portage makes travel easy among Kalamazoo County’s many diverse offerings – ranging from Western Michigan University to Al Sabo nature preserve. Close to Kalamazoo Valley Community College, shopping malls and districts and entertainment and dining. Meijer and Costco are and it’s an easy trip down Texas Drive to such restaurants as Bold and Fletchers. Just off of 12th Street, Copperleaf is also a straight shot down Milham Avenue from Portage Northern High School and the Crossroads Mall. Cultural activities and major road shows are frequent at WMU, and it’s a 10-minute drive from Kalamazoo’s downtown.
Wednesday December 28, 2016
Allen Edwin Homes Team
This new community in the heart of Middleville offers good schools and close connections to Hastings, Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids.
Rolling Oaks Estates is located in a young community with a small-town culture and links to the larger cities to the south and north. Middleville has shopping, grocery options, antique stores, and veterinary center just a few minutes away. Young families can enjoy their local connections while having easy access by M-37 to Grand Rapids, M-43 to Kalamazoo and US 131 to all parts of Western Michigan. Lansing is less than an hour away. Residents eat at many of the local favorites such as Thornapple Kitchen and Faro Italian Pizza. The social, cultural, entertainment and dining options in the larger cities are typically less than 45-minutes’ drive. Air travel is also easy with the close proximity of the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.