Roth Architects & Traditions of America Win National Builder Award
Radnor, PA - June 17, 2008 - Traditions of America, the Leader in Lifestyle Communities, recently won the Silver Achievement Award at the National Association of Homebuilders annual 50+ Housing Awards. The company's Jackson model was identified as one of the finest attached floor plans in the industry.
Competing against hundreds of builders from around the country is familiar territory for Traditions of America. The company has entered its models in similar competitions before. In fact, nearly all of the models available in Traditions' five current communities have won national recognition for their floor plans. As with the Jackson, each prior 'win' was the result of judging by a panel of industry experts from around the country.
"To be recognized by our peers and competitors is perhaps the truest vote of confidence we could receive," says Traditions of America Principal, Timothy McCarthy. "But for us, delivering a home that satisfies all of our buyers' needs with award winning style is a greater victory still."
The Jackson model was designed by Scott Roth of Roth Architects, a leader in the field of Active Adult design. Roth's challenge was to take all of the benefits of Traditions of America's single-family homes, and deliver them in an attached model. "Buyers will be stunned at how well this home 'lives' like a detached, single-family home", says Roth. It offers the 50+ home buyer ample space that includes a luxurious master retreat with two walk-in closets and a spa-like master bath. Also included are a second bedroom, additional full bath, appealing den/office, and a two-car garage, all offered within a convenient single-floor package. A second-story option is available, delivering a third bedroom and full bath, plus an open loft area. Both plans provide generous and easily accessible storage space - a rarity in many 50+ housing communities./
The Jackson model is available at each of Traditions of America's current communities, along with other award-winning models.
Traditions of America, based in Radnor, Pennsylvania, with a successful record for over 20 years, is dedicated to developing Lifestyle Communities and building the finest carefree homes for people age 55 and better. Recognized as a national award-winning leader in the growing industry of developing such communities, the firm has built communities in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Traditions of America is currently selling homes in five Pennsylvania communities -Willow Green (Northampton Township), Liberty Hill (State College area), Traditions of America at Hanover (Hanover Township), Silver Spring (Mechanicsburg) and Liberty Hills (Pittsburgh area).
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