Our Communities

Virginia

FOUNDERS POINTE – Hampton Roads

www.founderspointe.com
Homes from $390,000 to $1,000,000

  • Resort styled amenities, three miles of leisure trails
  • Homes with signature architectural character, 10 homebuilders
  • Inviting marsh, river, creek, and wooded views
  • Convenient, central location to all of Hampton Roads- near the historic town
    of Smithfield
  • Two-time “Community of the Year”
  • 4,000-square-foot Residents’ Club pool with 112′ water slide
  • 844-foot pier overlooks the James River
HALLSLEY – Chesterfield County

hallsley.com
Homes from the $400s

  • Midlothian, Chesterfield County
  • Unique architecture, great schools, convenient location
  • Amenities include a clubhouse with outdoor entertaining decks and porches, resort-style pool with waterslide, beach-like zero entry, waterspouts, lap lanes and adult area, the Hallsley Hopper – a chauffeured limousine van service, bocce ball, pickle ball, tennis and volleyball courts, 6 miles of biking/walking and nature trails, a playhouse village, a treehouse playground, a toddler’s playground, zipline, parks, Central Bark agility dog park, stocked catch and release fishing pond with dock, year-round activities for adults and children
  • Nationally awarded “Community of the Year”; 7 times voted Richmond’s Best Community
  • Located at 288 & Rt. 60, near Westchester Commons
  • Close to Short Pump, I-64, I-295, and Powhite Parkway
LIBERTY RIDGE – Williamsburg

www.libertyridgeva.com
Homes from $600,000 to $2,000,000+

  • Stunning 3- to 9-acre homesites
  • Architectural standards allow personal style, including a wide range of
    exterior elevations and materials
  • Freedom Park, Liberty Ridge’s 689-acre neighbor
  • 14 world-class golf courses nearby
  • Just 10 minutes to Colonial Williamsburg, The College of William & Mary, and I-64
  • Miles of tree-lined trails for hiking and biking
PATRIOTS LANDING – Richmond

patriots-landing.com
Townhomes starting at $199,000 Homes from $325,000 to $600,000+

  • Historic New Kent
  • 36 acres of water for boating and fishing
  • Pool complex, clubhouse, bocce, putting green and dock
  • Miles of paved trails and parks
  • Year-round activities and events for all ages
  • 15 minute toll-free commute to downtown Richmond
  • Close to Williamsburg
  • 10 minutes to Richmond International Airport
RIVERWATCH – Gloucester

www.river-watch.com
Homes from $500,000 to $2,000,000+

  • Close-knit community of 89 homes
  • 2- to 5-acre wooded lots
  • Nearly 50 acres of conservation land and natural open space with walking
    trails
  • Strategically positioned within 20 minutes of Gloucester, and just an hour
    from Richmond
  • Waterfront pool complex
  • Boat launch and community dock
THE RIVERFRONT AT HARBOUR VIEW – Hampton Roads

www.the-riverfront.com
Condominiums from the upper-$200s Homes from $500,000 to $2,000,000+

  • Located on the Nansemond River in the Harbour View area of Suffolk
  • Minutes from Newport News/Hampton and Norfolk/Chesapeake
  • Eight custom builders with architecturally distinctive homes
  • Named as the “Best Club in the Country”
  • 18-hole golf course with clubhouse
  • Two waterfront parks with piers, and gazebos
  • Nearby shopping, hospitals, museums, and movies
  • Two swimming pool complexes and Residents’ Club
BENNS GRANT – Hampton Roads

Townhomes from the upper-$190s Homes from the upper $310s

  • Located is Isle of Wight County near the historic town of Smithfield
  • Convenient Location just a few miles from the James River Bridge
  • Community Pool, Playground, Ponds and Walking Trails
EAGLE HARBOR – Hampton Roads

www.eagleharborva.com
Condominiums starting at $200,000 Homes from $300,000 to $700,000+

  • Celebration Park-a $1.7-million recreational hub with a 5-acre lake, boat
    dock and fishing piers, clubhouse, waterpark, GardenGolf™, and more
  • Quaint streets featuring sidewalks and traditional architecture
  • Year-round calendar of events
  • Near historic Smithfield, just one-half mile from the James River
    Bridge
  • Graystone at Eagle Harbor offers wooded homesites

South Carolina

City Walk – Beaufort

www.citywalkbeaufort.com
Creekside community walkable to downtown Beaufort from the $400s

  • in the historic town of Beaufort, SC
  • park-like, creekside community
  • walkable to parks, shops, galleries, restaurants, museums
  • Allison Ramsey Lowcountry home plans
  • waterfront downtown with marina names “Happiest Seaside Town”
  • 20 minutes to beaches, 45 minutes to Savannah
Pinckney Retreat – Beaufort

www.pinckneyretreatsc.com
Lowcountry homes from the $400s

  • minutes from the historic town of Beaufort, SC
  • waterfront, gated community
  • pool, covered outdoor grilling/dinning area with fireplace
  • miles of bike/walking trails and sidewalks
  • circa 1736 Retreat House for residents’ use
  • 10 minutes to military bases, 20 minutes to beaches, 45 minutes to
    Savannah

Florida

EAGLE LANDING – Jacksonville

www.eaglelandingfl.com
Homes from $200,000 to $1,000,000+

  • Village Green – the ultimate community experience with general store, swim
    park, kids club, fitness center, tennis complex, and full-sized indoor
    gymnasium
  • Full complement of resort-style amenities with year-round activities led by
    a full-time recreation staff
  • 18 hole championship golf course designed by Clyde Johnston with 6 sets of
    tees including youth tees.
  • An expansive golf clubhouse with sports bar, locker rooms, and
    restaurant
  • Parks, playgrounds, hiking, and biking trails
  • Borders the 24,000-acre Jennings State Forest

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Past Successes

Brandermill – Richmond, VA

  • East West Communities’ first master planned development
  • 2,600-acre community surrounding the 1700-acre Swift Creek Reservoir in
    Chesterfield County
  • 4500 distinctive homes
  • 18-hole Gary Player designed golf course, clubhouse, 3 neighborhood pools,
    tennis club, 15 miles of paved trails, playgrounds, and parks
  • Chosen “Best Planned Community” by National Association of Home Builders and
    Better Homes & Gardens Magazine in 1977
Woodlake – Richmond, VA

  • 1,300-acre community bordering the 1700-acre Swift Creek Reservoir in
    Chesterfield County
  • 2,700 homes located in 50 individual neighborhoods
  • Swim, tennis, and fitness club featuring an indoor pool, three outdoor
    pools, 16 tennis courts, fitness facility with aerobics room, state-of-the-art
    cardio and weight machines as well as free-weights
  • Parks, playgrounds, soccer park, fishing/picnic docks, 2 boat launch ramps
    and 11 miles of paved bike trails
  • Voted “Best Community in America” in 1999 by the Urban Land Institute
  • Chosen “Outstanding Project of the Year” by the Richmond Real Estate
    Group
  • Three-time “Community of the Year” by the Home Builders Association of
    Richmond
Eagle Harbor – Jacksonville, FL

  • East West Communities’ first master planned development in Florida
  • 2,950 acre planned community with 3,259 homes.
  • 18-hole Clyde Johnston golf course, proshop, clubhouse, Super Pool &
    Tennis Complex, waterfront park and pool overlooking Doctors Lake, Clay County
    Soccer Park with 12 soccer fields, 22-acre nature preserve, walking/biking
    trails, and playgrounds
  • Selected “Best Planned Community” in Northeast Florida by the Northeast
    Florida Planning and Zoning Council
  • Awarded the “Residential Environmental Award (ENVY)” by the Florida
    Association of Realtors
  • Presented the “Aurora Award for Excellence in Residential Development” at
    the 1998 Southeast Builders Conference
Hampton Park – Richmond, VA

  • 450 acre planned community with 1000 homes
  • 20-acre park system including a 9-hole GardenGolfTM., outdoor
    skating rink, 2 outdoor pools, FunHouseTM.,
    2 stocked fishing ponds, docks, playgrounds, sand volleyball court, and
    connecting bike trails
  • Three-time “Community of the Year” by the Home Builders Association of
    Richmond
Gatling Pointe – Smithfield, VA

www.gatlingpointe.com

  • East West Communities’ first master planned development in the Hampton Roads
    area
  • 560 acre planned community with 521 homes overlooking the James and Pagan
    Rivers
  • Yacht club with 68-slip deepwater marina, clubhouse with restaurant and
    lounge, riverfront swimming pool, tennis courts, playgrounds, beach volleyball
    court, protected natural environment, Central Park recreation area, leisure
    trails, year-round activities and social events
  • Three-time “Community of the Year” by the Peninsula Housing & Builders
    Association
River’s Bend On The James – Richmond, VA

  • 1,000 acre planned community on the James River featuring 800 homes
  • 18-hole riverfront golf course with clubhouse, pro-shop, lighted tennis
    courts, swimming pool, riverfront pier, parks, playgrounds, scenic
    walking/biking trails
  • Selected “Community of the Year” by the Home Builders Association of
    Richmond
The Lofts at Cary Place – Richmond, VA

  • Inner-city revitilization of 14 residential lofts over commercial retail
    space
  • Walk to restaurants, Virginia Commonweath University, parks, and city
    life
Windsong – Winter Park, FL

  • Homes, landscapes, and character reflect the charm of historic Winter
    Park
  • Ancient, moss-draped oaks and shady cypress trees
  • Unprecedented opportunities to enjoy lakeside living, including community
    kayaks, canoes, and a pontoon boat
  • Private boathouse, dock, and access to a chain of lakes
  • Elegant lakefront and family play pools
  • 5 miles to downtown Orlando
  • Minutes to shops, restaurants, and boutiques on Park Avenue

Our Awards

Virginia

Brandermill – Richmond
Best Planned Community in America: ’77
Better Homes & Gardens Magazine & National Association of Home
Builders
Environmental Sensitivity Award: ’76
Environment Monthly Magazine
Best Marketed Community: ’91
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Marketing Director of the Year: ’85, ’91
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Advertising Campaign: ’85, ’87
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Top 10 Golf Courses in Virginia – Brandermill Country Club: ’86, ’90
Professional Golf Association
Eagle Harbor – Isle of Wight County
Best Community: ’03, ’05, ’07
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Best Sales Office: ’03
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Best Marketing Campaign for a Community: ’02, ’03, ’04,
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Best Website Design: ’02
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Best Signage/Entry Monument: ’02
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Advertisement of the Year: ’02, ’04
Peninsula Housing & Builders Association
Founders Pointe, Isle of Wight County
Best Community: ’05, ’07
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Best Marketing Campaign for a Community: ’05, ’06, ’07
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Best Sales Office: ’07
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Best Entry Monument: ’05
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Best Brochure: ’07
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Advertisement of the Year: ’05, ’06
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Best Community Signage: ’05
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Best Website: ’05
Peninsula Home Builders Association
Foxcroft – Midlothian
Best Community in Richmond: ’93
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Community of the Year: ’94, ’95
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Marketed Development: ’93, ’94, ’95
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Newspaper Ad: ’93, ’94, ’96
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Magazine Ad: ’95
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Marketing Director of the Year: ’93
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Furnished Model: ’93
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Direct Mail Campaign: ’94
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Special Promotion/Event: ’94, ’95
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Gatling Pointe – Smithfield
Community of the Year: ’88, ’89, ’94
Peninsula Housing & Builders Association
Best Marketing Campaign: ’89, ’90
Peninsula Housing & Builders Association
Best Sales Office: ’94
Peninsula Housing & Builders Association
Gold Award for Best Parade of Homes in America: ’93
National Association of Home Builders
Best Special Promotion: ’93
Peninsula Housing & Builders Association
Best Newspaper Advertisement: ’89, ’93, ’98
Peninsula Housing & Builders Association
Best Magazine Advertisement: ’90, ’93
Peninsula Housing & Builders Association
Silver MIRM Award for Excellence in Marketing: ’90
National Sales & Marketing Council
Best Entry Signage: ’94
Peninsula Housing & Builders Association
First Place in International Club Design- Gatling Pointe Yacht Club:
’90
Restaurant-Hotel Design International Magazine
Best Television Advertisement: ’90
Peninsula Housing & Builders Association
Hampton Park-Richmond
Community of the Year: ’97, ’00, ’03
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Marketed Community: ’97, ’00, ’02
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Brochure: ’97
National Sales and Marketing Awards
Best Model Complex: ’97
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Marketing Director of the Year: ’96, ’00
Sales and Marketing Council
Best Newspaper Ad: ’97, ’00, ’02
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Community Brochure: ’00
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Television Commercial: ’00
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Special Promotion: ’97
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Selling New Home Community in Chesterfield: ’98, ’00
Rountrey and Associates
Best New Neighborhood in Richmond: ’99
Richmond Magazine
Patriots Landing – New Kent
Best Television Commercial: ’07
Home Builders Association of Richmond
The Riverfront – Suffolk
Hall Of Fame: ’07
Tidewater Builders Association
Community of the Year: ’03, ’05
Tidewater Builders Association
Best Community: ’00, ’03, ’05
Tidewater Builders Association
Premier Recreation Operation in America – Riverfront Swim Club: ’02
Resort & Commercial Recreation Association
Best Logo: ’99
Tidewater Builders Association
Advertisement of the Year: ’99, ’00, ’02, ’03, ’05
Tidewater Builders Association
Best Marketing Brochure: ’00, ’02, ’04
Tidewater Builders Association
Best Signage: ’00, ’04, ’06
Tidewater Builders Association
Best Website Design: ’04, ’06
Tidewater Builders Association
Best Sales Office: ’00, ’01, ’04
Tidewater Builders Association
Best Special Promotion: ’03, ’05, ’07
Tidewater Builders Association
Best Marketing Campaign: ’00, ’01, ’02, ’03, ’04, ’05, ’06, ’07
Tidewater Builders Association
Conservation and Preservation Award: ’05
Tidewater Builders Association
Silver Award-Best Broker Campaign: ’02
National Sales & Marketing Council
Silver Award-Best Overall Advertising Campaign: ’02
National Sales & Marketing Council
Silver Award – Best Sales Office:
National Sales & Marketing Council
River’s Bend on the James – Chester
Best Special Promotion/Event: ’97, ’98
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Magazine Ad: ’97, ’00
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Marketed Community: ’97
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Community of the Year: ’00
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Newspaper Ad: ’00
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Stoney Glen – Chester
Best Marketed Community: ’91
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Woodlake – Richmond
Best Community in America: ’90
Urban Land Institute
Outstanding Project of the Year: ’91
The Richmond Real Estate Group
Best Marketed Development: ’86, ’87, ’90
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Advertising Campaign: ’86
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Newspaper Ad: ’88
Professional Builder Magazine
Best Newspaper Ad: ’87
Professional Builder Magazine
National Marketing Director of the Year: ’87
Region III-National Association of Home Builders
Marketing Director of the Year: ’86, ’87, ’88, ’89, ’90
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Best Community in Richmond: ’90
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Award of Excellence for First Homearama: ’88
Home Builders Association of Richmond
Addy Award for Best Newspaper Ad: ’91
Advertising Club of Richmond

Florida

Eagle Harbor – Jacksonville
Best Planned Community in Northeast Florida: ’93
Northeast Florida Planning and Zoning Council
Finalist, Best in America Living Award: ’94, ’95
National Association of Home Builders
Best Sales and Information Center: ’94
Southeast Builders Conference
Best Newspaper Advertisement: ’94
Southeast Builders Conference
Best Community Presentation: ’94, ’95, ’96
Northeast Florida Builders Association
Best Community Signage: ’94
Northeast Florida Builders Association
Best Direct Mail Piece: ’94
Northeast Florida Builders Association
Marketing Director of the Year: ’94, ’95
Best Community Brochure: ’95
Southeast Builders Conference
Best 4-Color Newspaper Advertisement: ’94, ’96
Northeast Florida Builders Association
Best Black and White Newspaper Ad: ’95
Northeast Florida Builders Association
Best Overall Marketing Campaign: ’95, ’96
Northeast Florida Builders Association
Best Radio Spot: ’95, ’96
Northeast Florida Builders Association
Best Community Landscaping: ’95, ’96
Northeast Florida Builders Association
Grand Laurel Award for Excellence in Marketing: ’95
Northeast Florida Builders Association
Best TV or Video: ’96
Northeast Florida Builders Association
4-Star Award-Places to Play: ’96
Golf Digest Magazine
Premier Recreation Award for a Residential Community: ’97
Resort and Commercial Recreation Association
12th Annual Residential Environmental Award (ENVY): ’97
Florida Association of Realtors
Aurora Award for Excellence in Residential Development: ’98
Southeast Builders Conference
Grand Aurora Award-Best of Show for Residential Development: ’98
Southeast Builders Conference
Regional Award for Community Brochure: ’99
National Sales & Marketing Council
Regional Award for Television Commercial: ’99
National Sales & Marketing Council
Silver Award-Television Commercial: ’99
National Sales & Marketing Council
Silver Award-4 -Color Newspaper Advertisement: ’99
National Sales & Marketing Council
Silver Award-Best Direct Mail Promotion: ’99
National Sales & Marketing Council
Eagle Landing – Jacksonville
Aurora Award for Landscape Design: ’07
Southeast Builder Conference
Grand Aurora Award for Recreation Facility: ’07
Southeast Builder Conference
Special Judges Award for Outstanding Recreational Facility: ’07
Aurora Award Committee