04 November . 2019
Nexton Selected as Top Community at the 31st Annual Charleston Home Builders Association Prism Gala
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. – November 4, 2019 – Nexton, the most innovative and walkable community in South Carolina, received five awards honoring its work in marketing, design and technology amid formidable competition at the 31st annual PRISM Awards. Nexton took home the awards for Best Mixed-Use Community, Best 55+ Community, Best Community Signage, Best Realtor Promo Campaign and Best Model Row Homes. The judges selected Nexton based on a comprehensive list of criteria including community entrance, community amenities, curb appeal, marketing plan and overall community design.
“As Charleston continues to receive accolades like its recent recognition by Condé Nast Traveler as the No. 1 city in America, we are thrilled to have been acknowledged as a No. 1 community in the Charleston area,” said Nexton Marketing Director Cassie Cataline. “Nexton strives to be on the forefront of modern community design and to foster large-scale commercial and residential growth in a business-friendly environment. Our marketing, merchandising and events are designed to promote a place that business owners and residents are proud to call home.”
Held on Nov. 1, 2019 at the Charleston Gaillard Center in Charleston, S.C., the annual PRISM Awards, hosted by the Charleston Home Builders Association (CHBA), recognizes excellence in the new homes industry. Since 1959, the CHBA has served as the leading non-profit organization dedicated to the future of the Lowcountry, encouraging growth and development within four counties – Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley and Colleton.
Nexton features three residential villages, luxury apartments, office space, state-of-the-art schools, up to 50 miles of trails, 2,000 acres of green space and multiple commercial business centers. Located in one of the country’s fastest-growing regions, Nexton is planned to have 6,500 single-family homes in addition to multifamily, where innovation is fueled by South Carolina’s first community-wide, gigabit broadband service, GigaFi.
Nexton’s destination retail center, Nexton Square, offers a wide mix of dining, shopping and services including Taco Boy, Halls Chophouse, Trident Dentistry and boutique shopping with a local flair. Located at I-26 and 17A, the outdoor plaza is a focal point and provides a gathering space for community events, concerts and celebrations.
In 2018, Nexton became the #2 Top Selling community in the Charleston region hitting a milestone 500th sale. It features eight of the area’s top homebuilders including Ashton Woods, David Weekley Homes, Homes by Dickerson, Pulte Homes, Saussy Burbank, Del Webb, TrueHomes and New Leaf Builders, many of whom were recognized for their architecture, interior design and customer service at The PRISM Gala.
Nexton is owned by a business entity of North America Sekisui House, LLC (NASH), and is developed by Newland. NASH and Newland share a deep commitment to sustainable development practices and apply these core values to the vision, planning, and development of their projects. Nexton is one of more than 20 assets the NASHNewland partnership owns and manages together across the US. newlandco.com | nashcommunities.com
About the Charleston Home Builders Association (CHBA)
Since 1959, the Charleston Home Builders Association (CHBA) has served as the leading non-profit organization dedicated to the future of the Lowcountry, encouraging growth and development within four counties – Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley and Colleton. The CHBA works with organizations, including government, to promote and protect homeownership, and is affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and the Home Builders Association of South Carolina (HBASC). For more information, visit www.hbacharleston.com.
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