Things just got easier. More efficient. More intuitive. More helpful. More healthful. In a place that lets you walk from home to just about everywhere else you need to be: parks, the acclaimed Nexton Elementary School, the Swim Club, and eventually the boutiques and eateries of Nexton Square and the village center. And the Nexton Parkway interchange on I-26 will soon make it even easier to get to and from home.
Can you feel it? The delight of discovering the hidden forest of Tall Gee Woods. The get-up-and-dance energy of an outdoor concert in Brown Family Park. The Saturday afternoon pleasure of browsing the shops at the soon-to-be village center. The quiet joy of walking down a street of carefully crafted homes (especially when one of them is yours). These are just a few of the things you'll feel in Nexton. Not by accident, but by design.
a beautiful landscape
In Nexton, world-class botanists and landscape architects have designed the network of parks, trails and green spaces that hold the community together. We even maintain our own nursery to supply lots of mature, locally grown trees. Why? To give the landscaping a head start and make the neighborhood feel well-established. To make your morning walk even more gratifying. And frankly, because we love growing things.
only the best ingredients
parks and trails for miles
To us, parks are more than pretty places. They are invitations to a healthier lifestyle. That's why we've devoted almost half of the community to parks and nature and a network of paved paths and rugged trails. And it's why were making our parks especially wonderful. Like Brown Family Park, with its amphitheater and outdoor concerts. Elbow Park, with its pickup bocce games. Yoga under the trees at the Great Lawn. The evening family get-togethers at Tall Gee Woods. With so many parks so close to home, you feel as if you have a huge backyard that you don't have to mow.
a pool that's more than a pool
Swimming pools are natural people magnets. But of course when you're at the pool, you don't spend all your time in the pool. That's why the Swim Club, which is part of Nexton's Brighton Park Village, offers a lot more than a 25-meter competition pool. There's also an interactive splash pad for small fry. A huge deck with shady areas. A screened porch. Lawn areas that can accommodate a volleyball game, a family picnic or just spending time with a good book. And with its big fire pit, the Swim Club is designed for year-round fun.
neighborly by nature
The way we see it, community is what happens when people actually commune. So we're creating all sorts of interesting events that bring people together. For instance, a concert by the Ben Miller Band in Brown Family Park - the first-ever Piccolo Spoleto event held in Summerville. We also created the annual Cocoa Cup 5k, which attracts running enthusiasts from around the region. And these kinds of larger events have inspired a culture of spontaneous neighborliness in Nexton. Potluck dinners, holiday lighting contests, yoga in the park. Which proves that community-mindedness is natural. It just needs a nice place to grow.
The Nexton community is owned by a business entity of North America Sekisui House, LLC (NASH),
and is being developed by Newland Communities, the master developer of the community. NASH and
Newland share a deep commitment to sustainable development practices, have strengthened their
intentional focus together in all communities they are creating across the country. Nexton is
one of 30 assets the NASH-Newland partnership owns or manages together, in 14 states across the
US. www.newlandcommunities.com |