At HHHunt, our Vision is to “Improve the world and how people live by creating meaningful experiences and places of great distinction.” In other words, we build apartment homes, planned neighborhoods, new homes, and senior living communities focused around our residents and homeowners. After all, a place is just a place without the people who make it great! Family and friends are at the heart of what makes life wonderful, so it makes sense to create places for meaningful experiences. This philosophy is what sets us apart from other builders and why we had a great time celebrating National Good Neighbor Day this past Saturday.
Originally proclaimed by President Jimmy Carter in 1978 and passed by the U.S. Senate in 2004, National Good Neighbor Day is founded on the principle that good neighbors help achieve human understanding and build strong, thriving communities. This National Good Neighbor Day, we want to recognize those homeowners and residents who help make our communities such special places to live.
Here are a few examples of what we mean:
“We absolutely love our HHHunt community and cannot imagine living anywhere else. We have met neighbors who will now be lifelong friends.”
- The Tribbey Family, Rutland
“This place promotes community and regularly holds events to get to know your neighbors…this place instantly became a retreat.”
- J.N., Abberly at Southpoint
“Bought our new home here! Friendly staff and neighbors, beautiful homes inside and out!”
- John C., White Hall
“Here you have friends, and people to talk to, things to do, and all this entertainment. I love my neighbors.
- Resident, Spring Arbor of Cary
“This community provided us many friends and a great atmosphere to raise our 3 children.”
- Jeff Pitrak, Charter Colony
“My family and I have been here just a bit over 3 years now. We have always been treated with kindness, respect and as part of a big family.”
- Resident, Abberly Place
We believe it’s how you live that matters and can’t thank our residents and homeowners enough for making our communities special places to live. We invite everyone to treat each day like National Good Neighbor Day.