David Weekley Homes
David Weekley, the nation’s largest privately-held home builder, is proud to present Weekley Wonderland in Meridiana – Galileo Pointe. Open from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, December 11, kids and adults are invited to play in the snow and meet Santa. Plus, attendees can make ornaments in the craft room, play reindeer games, and watch Christmas movies while sipping on hot cocoa and snacking on holiday treats.
David Weekley Homes has opened its third model home in the all-new Texas 288 master-planned community of Meridiana. The model is the second to open in the community’s exclusive, gated section of 80-foot homesites.
Situated in Meridiana’s gated section of Galileo Pointe, David Weekley’s new two-story model home is a five-bedroom, four-bath showcase with gourmet island kitchen, open-concept family room, formal dining, first-floor owner’s retreat, study and guest bedroom. Upstairs, families will enjoy spacious secondary bedrooms, gameroom and optional media room.
David Weekley, the founder and chairman of David Weekley Homes, was recognized on Friday, November 18 by the Texas Association of Builders as the 2016 Honoree for the Texas Housing Hall of Honor.
The Texas Housing Hall of Honor celebrates men and women who have made significant and lasting contributions to the housing industry in Texas. Additionally, the honor recognizes individuals who promote a positive image of the Texas housing industry to the public through increased awareness and education.
David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held builder, is hosting its second annual, company-wide Thanksgiving Drive for Houston-area residents.
In Houston, the builder is joining together with Homeowners, Team Members, Real Estate Professionals, vendors and others to collect nonperishable items and frozen turkeys for the Montgomery County Women’s Center, Houston Area Women’s Center and Mission of Yahweh.
David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held builder, has been ranked within the top 10 workplaces for Baby Boomers and Gen X’ers, and amongst the top 20 for Millennials, according to FORTUNE magazine and Great Place to Work®.
Combining the advantages of urban living with the peace and quiet of a private, gated community, the Sanctuary at Valley Oaks in Spring Branch offers your clients the award-winning design, construction and flexibility of David Weekley Homes.
The Sanctuary at Valley Oaks encompasses 33 free-standing three- or four bedroom, two- and three-story homes with outdoor yard space.
David Weekley Homes recently partnered with The Texas Ramp Project, an organization that has built more than 10,000 wheelchair ramps since 2006 for elderly and disabled clients. Approximately 60 Weekley team members from the David Weekley corporate office joined together with three team members from Sherwin Williams to build six ramps for families with medical needs who lack the financial resources.