Northwest Crossing in Bend, Oregon, is mixed-use neighborhood development, perfected!
As a Northwest Crossing builder and resident himself, Greg Welch knows the perfect combination that makes each property in Northwest Crossing a uniquely desirable place to live, work, and play.
Northwest Crossing is far from your traditional neighborhood. It’s more like a unique combination of downtown living and suburbia, where you can be out visiting and riding bikes around this close-knit neighborhood one minute, and exploring neighborhood restaurants, shops, parks, schools and trails the next.
If it isn’t walkable, pedestrian-friendly, sustainable, and full of character, it probably doesn’t belong in Northwest Crossing! New home builders in Northwest Crossing must follow the principles of green building in order to lay foundation here–all buildings and homes must be based on “smart, sustainable growth principles that intrinsically respect the land” as well as meet Earth Advantage standards. Northwest Crossing is so green, in fact, it was given the 2007 National Association of Homebuilders Green Building Award, and has both a LEED Platinum for Homes rating, and two Net-Zero Energy Homes.
Greg Welch is excited to be part of the handful of home builders and contractors in the NorthWest Crossing Builders’ Guild. This group consists of “high quality, experienced green home builders” who understand the art and theory behind the Northwest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon.
To find out more about the Greg Welch inventory, lots, and projects available at Northwest Crossing, please contact us today: (541) 420-1497.