Sunday brings the start of the 2019 BIA Parade of Homes.

This year’s edition takes place in southern Delaware County’s Evans Farm, the area’s only community designed around the principles of new urbanism.

Fourteen breathtaking homes built by twelve of Ohio’s premier builders will be featured.  Parade builders include: 3 Pillar Homes, ALTA Design Build, Arthur Rutenberg Homes, Bob Webb Homes, Coppertree Homes, Cua Builders, Guzzo & Garner Custom Builders, Kenric Fine Homes, Maronda Homes, P & D Builders, Sierra Custom Homes, and Stonecliff Homes. 3 Pillar Homes and Maronda Homes are each building two houses.

Located in southern Delaware County, in the Olentangy Local School District, Evans Farm is a mixed-used community where shops, restaurants, parks, homes, and more are all within walking or biking distance of each other. The community is zoned for 2,182 single family lots and almost 900 mixed use, attached, multifamily units, featuring traditional architectural styles including Craftsman, Cape Cod, Victorian and more.

“For more than 60 years the Parade of Homes has been at the forefront of showcasing innovation and the latest trends by the homebuilding community of central Ohio,” said BIA Executive Director, Jon Melchi. “The 2019 Parade of Homes at Evans Farm continues that fine tradition by showcasing Ohio’s first community built in the style of new urbanism.”

“The 2019 BIA Parade of Homes at Evans Farm promises to be a unique experience for visitors,” said Evans Farm Land Development Co. Co-Founder, Dan Griffin, “Evans Farm brings you the tradition of exceptional Parade homes in a walkable neighborhood that encourages connections with neighbors and nature.”

Parade of Homes information is available at More information on Evans Farm can be found at

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