October 04, 2011

Princeton Classic Homes has partnered with HomesAid Houston

Legend Homes / Princeton Classic Homes has partnered with HomesAid Houston to build a center benefiting the Gracewood’s northwest campus. In early June, the HomeAid board approved the construction of the third building on Gracewood's northwest campus. Builder Captain Legend Homes will be heading up this 7400 square foot project, along with architect Mark Atkins of Masa Studio. A fall groundbreaking is planned for this group home which will provide housing for 16 homeless women and children and administrative space for the agency.

Legend Home Corporation has been building quality homes for Houston homebuyers for over 20 yrs now. Building under the brands Legend Homes and Princeton Classic Homes, the company has expanded to over 29 communities across the Greater Houston area. From its humble beginnings as a land buyer and developer, Legend Home Corp. has grown to become one of the top builders in Houston, building and developing some of the best communities the city has to offer.

The flagship brand, Legend Homes, features homes starting in the $100’s. Legend Homes builds in 21 locations across the city, offering free appliances with the purchase of a new home.

Princeton Classic Homes are designed to compliment a community, a lifestyle and individual success. Princeton Classic Homes build in 8 locations across the city. With homes from the $200’s, Princeton Classic Homes has a community that will fit you and your families needs.

Legend takes pride in giving back to the community it serves and the building industry. Legend’s industry-affiliated activities include HomeAid Houston, GHBA, HAR, NAHREP (National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals), REAL (Latino Real Estate Professionals), AAREA (Asian American Real Estate Professionals), several Women’s Council of Realtors chapters and several chambers of commerce. Additionally, Legend Homes / Princeton Classic Homes work with local school districts and civic organizations, and contribute too many local charities.