Wendell Falls, the largest green-built master-planned community in the Triangle, is teaming up with the Wendell Mayor Virginia Gray to debut “Wendell Falls (Re)Cycles,” a community clean-up festivity in conjunction with Earth Day.
The largest master-planned community in the Triangle is taking shape in eastern Wake County, where 4,000 homes are being spread across 1,100 acres and groundbreaking has begun on 2 million square feet of retail space.
The developers of Wendell Falls and the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association are offering a chance to explore the region’s farming history and its future with an agricultural bus tour on Saturday, Sept. 17.
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Wendell Falls marked its first anniversary with a barn raising-themed event in May. Marrying tradition with innovation, the down-home celebration showcased bluegrass music, family activities, giveaways, Southern fare and a Hoedown Showdown celebrity dance competition.
With more than four decades of experience, Newland Communities commitment to green and sustainable development has rightfully earned them the honors of representing Green Home Builder magazine’s Developer of the Year.
October 19, 2015 –Wendell Falls, a new master-planned community in eastern Wake County, kicked off its first year in Wake County’s Annual Parade of Homes with five home awards, including four Gold accolades.
On October 17 at 11 a.m., Wendell Falls, a master-planned community in eastern Wake County, will host a ground-breaking ceremony to launch construction on one of the longest trail systems in Wake County.