Labor Day 2019 Open House
August 8, 2019 6:53 pm
PLEASE ROTATE YOUR DEVICE
Although we did not win in the Community Championship Project category, it is still such a great honor for Indigo Park to be nominated at the 2018 USGBC Sustainable Business Awards. Candace Dyal, President of Dyal Compass, LLC and Indigo Park, LLC, had this to say:
“Living a life that tries to make the world better – that’s pure oxygen. All great visions and creations are executed with ingredients that include others. Indigo Park was visualized and created with a ‘we’ in mind. Without Royal Indigo Construction, Cumulus Architects, Christopher Rose Architects, Wells Fargo, the project couldn’t have realized inception. Three Oaks and many more local South Carolina businesses are all part of Indigo Park’s recipe. Indigo Park is a 16 home neighborhood that has a 3 acre park. It’s a platform to connect the neighborhood and Kiawah Island at large. Every time a hurricane hits, a fire burns, a tornado touches down – Indigo Park is on the forefront of taking a step to reduce gas emissions, saving money for owners by having sustainable financial health while living in a home that will sustain the planet for a better future. And I believe Indigo Park and communities like it are the future!”We look forward to Indigo Park’s future and its impact on the planet. We hope Indigo Park will influence others to create homes and communities like it, by taking the health of the planet in their own hands and improving on it.
Stop on by 117 Halona’s Open House this Jazz Festival weekend! There will be drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and, of course, music! Indigo Park is the perfect place to live and jive to the sweet musings of the local wildlife while chilling out by your private pool
This year, Indigo Park has been nominated for USGBC’s 2018 Sustainable Business Awards, in the Community Champion Project class! Indigo Park has strives to bring “sustainable and top end green technology building practices to one of the most popular golf and beach communities on the East Coast” (Craig Gentilin, Royal Indigo Construction). The dream was to allow people to live among nature, in homes that will help the environment and save money in your pocket for home and hurricane maintenance. Dyal Compass looks forward to attending the Awards on November 28th with fellow sustainable businesses who have a passion to improve the environment. For more information, please read Post & Courier‘s article.
If you’re visiting Kiawah Island or Charleston, SC this 4th of July, make sure to stop by 131 Halona Lane’s Open House either Saturday June 29th or Saturday July 7th 12pm-2pm! 131 Halona is beautiful Palmetto model home immersed within the breathtaking surroundings of Kiawah. This LEED certified home allows you to help the environment while saving money in your pocket for future maintenance work. Enjoy Kiawah’s paradise while meeting friendly neighbors, attending local community events, dipping into the warm ocean water at Kiawah’s beach, playing golf at the PGA Tour golf courses, relaxing at the spa, and so much more.