We are proud to have built this new neighborhood amenity center constructed in Lancaster, SC for Lennar Homes of the Carolinas. The Retreat at Rayfield amenity complex features a full size clubhouse with fitness and zero entry pool with spray water features in a rustic wood preserve setting.
The Alex Crisp Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded by the Pace family in honor of Alex Crisp, grandson of Stephen and nephew of Brian, who has mitochondrial disease. The organization aims to improve the lives of those afflicted or impacted by all stages of mitochondrial disorders. Through this organization we also support Mity Riders (Equine therapy riding in Weddington), Paws4People, and UMDF.
We are proud to have recently put the finishing touches on a great new home in Dilworth. We'll share more details of the project soon, but for now here's some terrific photos of the finished, but not yet furnished, home.
Pace is honored to participate in the 2013 Dilworth Home Tour as a co-sponsor of the home of interior designer Shannon Joseph. We built Shannon's home in 2012, and are thrilled to continue our partnership with her as co-sponsors of her beautifully designed home. The home tour, which is sponsored by the Dilworth Neighborhood Association, will take place on September 20-21, 2013, and will entertain hundreds of visitors.
For more information, visit the Dilworth Neighborhood Association website.