THE BEND - A POcket neighborhood


Community is a real human need, but can be difficult to find.  Phones and busy schedules are culprits to be sure, but so are our buildings.  We commute across town to go to work, drop the kids at school, go shopping or to the doctor.  We come home, park in our garage and go straight inside.  It’s hard to know our neighbors when the only time we see them is from the inside of our cars. 

What if there was another way?  If our conventional model of building actively hinders the formation of community, can we build in such a way that actively fosters it?  We believe the answer is yes, we can.  While we certainly can’t force community to take root or magically reduce the amount we commute, we can provide some of the ingredients necessary for community to form; we can set the stage.  Welcome to The Bend. 

Healing is impossible in loneliness; it is the opposite of loneliness. Conviviality is healing. To be healed we must come with all the other creatures to the feast of Creation.
— Wendell Berry

The homes

The Edison (2)

1700 sq/ft + loft, 3 bed, 2.5 bath  structural masonry and timber frame with second story porch off master [a Building Culture home]

The Franklin (2)

2000 sq/ft + loft, 3 bed, 2.5 bath structural masonry and timber framed homes wo 1900 sq/ft, 3 bed, 2.5 bath structural masonry and timber frame with full two story porch and lake views [a Building Culture home]

The Cabot (2)

1800 sq/ft, 3 bed, 2.5 bath traditionally framed, two story porch [an Anchorage home]



Two dedicated parking spots per house

6'x8' storage unit per house

Central open courtyard (open to residents only)

Rear private courtyard (open to residents only) which includes:

Fire Pit



Tables and Benches

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