Sitterle Homes Grand Opening in Providence at Riverstone in Houston; Launches Sitterle Salutes Wounded Warrior Project campaign

October 10, 2013    By: Sitterle Homes

Sitterle Homes recently introduced the Luxury Garden Home Collection at a VIP reception at Providence at Riverstone in Sugar Land. Providence at Riverstone, Sitterle’s first community in the Houston area, will be followed by Imperial at Sugar Land opening in early 2014. Riverstone finished with the second biggest gain in new home sales among all others in the Metrostudy top 20 communities; a 113% increase from 2012.

Providence at Riverstone and Imperial at Sugar Land are being developed by the Greater Houston Builder Associations’ 2013 developer of the year–Johnson Development Corp. According to Metrostudy, Johnson Development Corp. has four communities among the nation’s top-20 sellers, more than any other developer in the country.

Houston division president and partner, Steve Von Hofe, Frank Sitterle, Jr. co-owner and Jeff Buell, co-owner were on hand for the grand opening and launch of the company’s 2013 fundraising campaign, Sitterle Salutes Wounded Warrior Project.

Sitterle Homes’ low-maintenance, high-style Luxury Garden Home Collection includes ten one-story plans with three bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 baths, spacious Great Rooms, open gourmet kitchens, covered outdoor living spaces, and a high-efficiency energy saving package. Six of the plans have second-floor bonus rooms. The Luxury Garden Home Collection is priced from the $300,000s. For information call 618-910-7894.

Sitterle Homes’ Houston division president and partner, Steve Von Hofe, Frank Sitterle, Jr., co-owner, and Jeff Buell, co-owner, were on hand for the builder’s grand opening at Providence at Riverstone and launch of the 2013 fundraising campaign--Sitterle Salutes Wounded Warrior Project.

Sitterle Homes’ Houston Team includes: Adam Stilgenbauer, sales associate Imperial Sugar Land; Steve Von Hofe, Houston division president; Clay Seime, assistant superintendent; David Blake, superintendent; and Jolene Mainer, sales associate Providence at Riverstone.