Homearama, the nation’s oldest luxury home showcase, is set to host a dedication ceremony for its 54th show next month just days before the launch of the event, which is produced by the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati.
The ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. July 6 at Rivercrest at 1295 U.S. 22 in Warren County’s Hamilton Twp., close to both Interstate 71 and Interstate 275.
The new, 132-acre M/I Homes Development overlooks the Little Miami River and is surrounded by natural vistas. Located in the Kings Local School District, the community includes a state-of-the-art clubhouse with a swimming pool, 50 acres of green space, sidewalks and vintage-style street lamps.
Five of Greater Cincinnati’s top builders will participate in the show including Drees Homes, High Pointe Custom Homes, Justin Doyle Homes, Hensley Custom Building Group, and Wieland Builders. Four of the five show homes have been sold and range in price in excess of $800,000.
Homearama will be open from July 8 to July 23 with hours of 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Thursday and noon to 10 p.m. Friday to Sunday.
Tickets are $16 at the gate or $14 at Cincinnati area Kroger stores. AAA members may purchase discount tickets for $14 with a valid membership card at the gate. Discount tickets for $14 can also be purchased at www.CincyBuilders.com. Children 12 and under are free if accompanied by an adult. Free parking is available on site.
In addition to the five decorated and landscaped show homes, more than 25 exhibitors will participate in the HomeZone during Homearama. Outdoor exhibits feature a tiny house and several landscaping displays.
The show also will feature several special events, including a classic car show, craft beer night, wine tasting night, a shopping/fashion show event and others.
For more details, check the Homearama events calendar www.CincyBuilders.com.