WaterWalk Condos Lauded at 2011 Fall Parade of Homes Sixth Consecutive Parade as a Winner

Thursday, October 13 2011 1:05 AM

(Wichita, Kan.) All three WaterWalk Place condos showcased during the 2011 Wichita Area Builders Association (WABA) Fall Parade of Homes – 515 S. Main #207, #310 and #507 – have received multiple awards at this year’s WABA event.

“The unique design elements of these beautiful condos have been popular with Parade goers and judges alike,” said Doug Rupe, WaterWalk executive vice president. “If you haven’t had a chance to see for yourself, I hope you can come by one of the last two weekends of the Parade.”

The three WaterWalk condos were selected "Pick of the Parade," the highest award given by the WABA judges. They also won their category in each of the following divisions: Effective Design, Kitchen Design, Master Suite/Bath Design, and Decorating/Merchandising/Color. Interior Trends did the designs and construction.

While all the residences offer beautiful sunset views with west-facing windows, #507 is a two-story loft with dramatic city views of downtown Wichita.

Weigand New Homes is marketing the development, which has a variety of floor plans – each with their own private garage and parking areas.

The Parade continues Oct. 15, 16, 22 and 23 from noon to 6 p.m.

Model Home Information
515 S. Main St. #207 1 bedroom /2 baths/1,455 square feet.
515 S. Main St. #310 1 bedroom /2 baths/1,455 square feet.
515 S. Main St. #507 1 bedroom/2 baths/2,441 square feet.
Ask about special Parade pricing.

WaterWalk: The Place to Live, Work, Play and Stay WaterWalk is on the way to becoming one of the most exciting and unique mixed-use developments in the country. Comprised of a collection of restaurant, retail and business venues, as well as the new homes at WaterWalk Place Residences, this area will provide a one-of-a-kind gathering point in our community for generations to come.

Media Contact: Kim Conlee – 316.706.9321
Oct. 13, 2011
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