Country Mercantile’s work on its foundation has started.
NBC Right Now announces breaking news about Badger Mountain South. Click here to watch video
Join us on Wednesday for the Country Mercantile store at Badger Mountain South ground breaking ceremony. Click here to Read More
Mass grading for Veneto Villaggio is nearly completed. Our next step is to submit a Binding Site Plan application to the City for its review and approval. Once that happens we’ll be ready for business with buildable lots for your winery or other related business.
Wednesday and Friday stop by from 4 to 7 p.m. for a tour of one of the latest houses completed at Badger Mountain South. Or come Saturday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. You’ll love what you’ll see.
Our contractors are taking a short break due to weather conditions! Soon they'll be back on the equipment and continuing the mass grading for Veneto Villaggio, the wine village area at Badger Mountain South.
Work on the master grading for Veneto Villaggio, the wine village and related development, is now on-going at Badger Mountain South. Vineyards are expected to be planted this year. Want to consider joining us? Call Loren Combs, Project Manager 253-922-5464
A new preliminary plat application was filed with the City of Richland. Called “South Orchard 1”, this plat is found in the southern area of Badger Mountain South just north of Reata Road. It includes 281 lots including areas for both single-family and multi-family homes, a site for a Kennewick School District future elementary school, a 6-acre city park, and several other small parks and trails. Click here to view Prelim Plat Cover Page CO.O1
Our builders are busy creating your next dream home with the best views in Richland. Why not stop by and see for yourself?
The new shelter at Celebration Park is under construction We're excited to show you a photo of the on-going construction for our first park, called Celebration Park, in the West Vineyard Neighborhood. It will be a big, 2-acre area with a shelter, play equipment, picnic tables and more. We don't wait until the last home is constructed to build our parks; they're built right along with the neighborhood itself. In fact, why not visit our first neighborhood and see the lots for sale right now? View looking past Celebration Park towards Badger Mountain