McKee Homes Announces Grand Opening of Raleigh Design Studio

Raleigh Design Center

“The Triangle’s growth in population, job opportunities and infrastructure are the main contributor to the unprecedented demand for new homes,” said Trish Hanchette, President.

North Carolina-based home builder McKee Homes announced today the grand opening of their latest design studio in Raleigh. Located in the CAPTRUST Tower in the Park District of North Hills, the McKee Homes design studio offers homebuyers an opportunity for a hands-on experience of the finishes and on-trend styles that are designer-curated for their new home.

“The Triangle’s growth in population, job opportunities and infrastructure are the main contributor to the unprecedented demand for new homes,” said Trish Hanchette, President. “We are excited to continue to differentiate McKee Homes from other builders who are shrinking their studios and home personalization. Our new Raleigh studio is state-of-the-art and will continue to refresh with on-trend design

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Lofts add flexibility to Summerlin homes

While the traditional definition of a loft is a former industrial building turned modern apartment, today, lofts are incorporated into a variety of single-family home floor plans, including many in the master-planned community of Summerlin.

Defined as a singular, open space without walls directly under the roof with direct staircase access, lofts within single-family homes can be used for a number of special purposes, including as an additional bedroom, playroom, fitness room and office. Lofts offer significant flexibility and their popularity is evident in the growing number of homebuilders who are meeting consumer demand for lofts by incorporating them into today’s modern home designs.

According to Jenni Pevoto, director of master-planned community marketing for Summerlin, lofts are known for their airiness and openness, created by a lack of walls and often, higher ceilings.

“Families love lofts that can be repurposed over time,” she said. “While a loft may start out

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No Way Home’s Daily Bugle Doc Ock Wanted Ad Revealed

A close-up shot of an advertisement in The Daily Bugle for Spider-Man: No Way Home reveals officials looking to hunt down Doc Ock (Alfred Molina).

A shot of The Daily Bugle for Spider-Man: No Way Home shows a closer look at an advertisement trying to track down Doc Ock. More than 15 years since he first played Otto Octavius in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2, Alfred Molina reprises his villainous role in the MCU. This time, he faces up against Tom Holland’s version of Peter Parker as they find themselves battling each other despite technically being from different universes.

Spider-Man: Far From Home functions as the narrative starting point for the upcoming Marvel Studios and Sony collaboration film. In Spider-Man: No Way Home, Peter deals with the immediate ramifications of his secret superhero identity getting revealed to the world. Desperate for an ally, the young Avenger seeks out Doctor Strange

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Parade of Homes to showcase 7 homes with latest design trends | Local News

Seven homes showcasing the latest design trends will be on display during the East Texas Builders Association’s Fall Parade of Homes.

Homes will be on display from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday through Sunday and Nov. 12-14. Tickets are $10 per person and are valid for all six days of the Parade of Homes.

The annual Parade of Homes is an optimal way for people to see the latest home products and trends as well as meet the builders who created the houses.

“I think it’s a great place to get ideas and walk through some homes. For me, when I can walk through a home, I get a little better feel about the space, size and the layout. You get a better idea of how the home feels,” said Allison Goforth of Goforth Custom Builders. The business was founded by her husband, Tommy Goforth.

The Goforths have one

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