Oakpointe announces four major homebuilders for Ten Trails community in Black Diamond

Oakpointe Communities has brought four major homebuilders on board for its Ten Trails master-planned community in Black Diamond, Wash.

Ten Trails kicks off the summer preview of three new model homes built by Lennar, National Builder of the Year, on Friday, July 20 at its second Hometown Social, replete with Family Game Night at the Civic Park, 23201 Roberts Drive. This month’s social offers carnival games, multiple bounce houses, a football toss, local food trucks and dessert trucks offering donuts and ice cream, a beer garden, and more than 20 local crafts and artisan vendors – all backed by the sounds of the Blue Wave Band.

On Saturday, Lennar celebrates the official grand opening of its Cottage Collection.

Seattle-based Conner Homes also has a model home open for the perusal of curious guests. Rudd Development and builder Ichijo Technological Homes expect to open model homes in early 2019.

Ten Trails offers 2,200 acres for outdoor activities, parks and trails, technologically-advanced and amenity-filled homes with 1 GB Wi-Fi, free Wi-Fi throughout the community, designated areas for future schools, roughly 190,000 square feet of local shops and offices in its first phase and access to major metropolitan areas.

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