Pardee Homes

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Pardee Homes
Subsidiary
Industry Home Building
Founded 1921
Founder George Pardee, Sr.
Headquarters Pasadena, CA, United States
Parent The Tri Pointe Group
Website https://www.pardeehomes.com

Pardee Homes is a residential home building company founded in 1921 which currently builds new homes and planned communities in Southern California and the Las Vegas, NV metro region. The company was founded by George Pardee Sr. He was joined by his three sons, George M. Pardee Jr, Hoyt Pardee and J. Douglas Pardee in the Los Angeles housing boom after World War II.[1] They began building in southern Nevada in 1952, selling affordable homes to veterans for $1.00 down. The homes in this first Las Vegas development were sold out in the opening weekend. [2]

Pardee became a wholly owned subsidiary of Weyerhaeuser Corporation in 1969, one of 5 such Weyerhaeuser companies under the WRECO division. On July 8, 2014 WRECO merged with Tri Pointe Homes now called the TRI Pointe Group, Inc. [3] [4] The Pardee Homes headquarters is located in Pasadena, CA. Other offices include San Diego, CA, Corona, CA, Valencia, CA, and Las Vegas, Nevada. The company is currently developing new housing tracts throughout Southern California, including San Diego,[5] with North County, Bonsall, California, and Santee, California as well as in the Inland Empire,[6] including Lake Elsinore, French Valley, California and Beaumont and in north Los Angeles County in Santa Clarita,[7] along with Southern Nevada[8] including Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, NV,[9] and Summerlin. [10]

Green Building[edit]

Pardee Homes began building energy-efficient, green homes in 1998 and introduced LivingSmart®, a green building program, in 2001.[11] Pardee Homes received the California Governor’s Environmental and Economic Leadership Award (GEELA) in 2005, for its sustainable practices.[12] In May 2011, Pardee Homes became California’s first production homebuilder to commit to getting an entire community of homes certified to the National Green Building Standard™ (NGBS) by the NAHB Research Center, and internationally recognized, independent third party. Pardee’s new LivingSmart® Homes in Santa Clarita’s Fair Oaks Ranch®, will all be built to the Gold-level criteria of the NGBS, inspected at least twice by an accredited green verifier, and Green Certified by the NAHB Research Center.[13]

In 2013, Certified Green Professional and Pardee Homes VP of Marketing Joyce Mason was one of 15 judges in China’s inaugural Solar Decathlon, a joint effort of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and China’s National Administration of Energy. Organized by Peking University and staged in Datong in Shanxi Province, the Decathlon’s Solar Village showcased 20 homes created by college and university student teams who represented 35 nationalities in countries from six continents.[14]

Awards and recognition[edit]

Industry awards include:

  • 2017 Silver Nugget Awards [15]
  • 2016 SoCal Awards - Best Architectural Design of a Detached Home Under $600,000 [16]
  • 2015 San Diego's Best New Home Builder [17]
  • 2015 Avid Benchmark Award Inland Empire Division [18]
  • 2014 Gold Award for Detached Home over 4001 sq ft, National Association of Home Builders [19]
  • 2014 Avid Awards: Highest Customer Ratings in North America [20]
  • 2014 Silver Nugget Award: Best Kitchen Under 200 Sq Ft [21]
  • 2013 Pacific Coast Builders Conference: Gold Nugget Awards [22]
  • 2012 SoCal Awards - Community of the Year[23]
  • 2011 Eliant Customer Service Experience [24]
  • 2010 JD Power Home Builder Customer Satisfaction Study JD Power[25]
  • 2010 JD Power New Home Quality Study JD Power[26]
  • 2009 SoCal Awards - 18 Honors [27]
  • 2008 International Building Show - Multiple Awards [28]
  • 2007 Professional Builder Magazine Gold Winner [29]
  • 2006 Energy Star Partner of the Year for Sustained Excellence - United States Environmental Protection Agency[30][31]
  • 2006 Outstanding Philanthropy by a Homebuilding Company—Hearthstone BUILDER[32]
  • 2005 Water Efficiency Award for Nevada Trails Community given by the Southern Nevada Water Authority [33]
  • 2004 Green Project of the Year: Production - National Association of Home Builders [34]
  • 2003 America's Best Builder[35]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Los Angeles Times, Feb 26, 2004
  2. ^ Las Vegas Sun
  3. ^ Tri Pointe Homes Press Release
  4. ^ Las Vegas Review Journal
  5. ^ Pardee Homes San Diego,
  6. ^ Pardee Homes Inland Empire
  7. ^ Pardee Homes Santa Clarita
  8. ^ Pardee Homes Las Vegas
  9. ^ Pardee Homes Henderson
  10. ^ Pardee Homes in Summerlin
  11. ^ Builder and Developer Magazine
  12. ^ California Governor's Environmental and Economic Leadership Awards
  13. ^ RealEstateRama
  14. ^ Solar Decathlon China - Juror Biographies
  15. ^ Silver Nugget Awards - Winner in four categories
  16. ^ Pardee Homes' Flagstone Wins Architectural Honors at 2016 SoCal Awards
  17. ^ San Diego's Best New Home Builder by San Diego Union Tribune
  18. ^ 2015 Avid Benchmark Award Winner Inland Empire
  19. ^ Gold Award, National Association of Home Builders
  20. ^ North America’s Best Builders Distinguished with 2014 Avid Awards, 747 Builders in Biggest Study Ever
  21. ^ Silver Nugget Award: Best Kitchen Under 200 Sq Ft
  22. ^ : U~T San Diego
  23. ^ SoCal Awards - Community of the Year
  24. ^ : First Place - Eliant Homebuyers Choice Customer Service Experience Award
  25. ^ : J.D. Power Consumer Center Ratings Customer Satisfaction Study Las Vegas
  26. ^ : J.D. Power Consumer Center Ratings New Home Quality Study Las Vegas
  27. ^ 2009 SoCal Awards
  28. ^ International Building Show
  29. ^ Encantada Neighborhood, Ladera Ranch, Orange County,CA
  30. ^ ENERGY STAR Qualified New Homes Award Winners : ENERGY STAR
  31. ^ Lowes, Pardee Homes, 3M Among 50 to Win Recognition for Energy Efficiency, Greenhouse Gas Reductions | Newsroom | US EPA
  32. ^ Hearthstone BUILDER Humanitarian Awards
  33. ^ Water Efficiency Award for Nevada Trails Community given by the Southern Nevada Water Authority
  34. ^ Green Project of the Year: Production - National Association of Home Builders
  35. ^ Builder Online

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