Out with 2015, In with 2016

April 27, 2016 by


Out with 2015, In with 2016

2015 was an incredible year in the life of our community. Families chose to live at WaterWays in growing numbers. An important facility was opened to better present the incredible story of this place. The outstanding quality of our community was recognized again by peers in our industry, And we updated some valuable tools used to introduce WaterWays to the world. None of this would have been possible, however, without our residents, current and future. Thank you all for sharing your support and enthusiasm for what we are creating here along the Georgia coast.. Without you all, we couldn’t have accomplished all of the following:

  • We were recognized by the Greater Savannah Area Home Builders Association as Community of the Year for the second consecutive year.
  • We opened the HeadWaters Welcome Cottage in the Fall, which serves as the community’s point of introduction regarding information on lifestyle, real estate opportunities, and local events.
  • We launched a new, fresh update of the com website.
  • We expanded our community offering in July, 2015 by completing phases III and IV of the extremely popular RidgeWood Park neighborhood 80% of the new lots were sold by year end.
  • We completed the development of Phase V in December, 2015, creating 32 additional homesites that will be introduced in early 2016.
  • Interest in our custom homes resulted in the virtual sellout of our Long Creek and Waterways Parkway South neighborhoods.
  • We completed and closed 28 homes during 2015, with another 20 homes under contract and construction at year end.
With such an encouraging 2015 at WaterWays in the books, we look forward to what 2016 has in store for our gorgeous community. We invite you to drop by the HeadWaters Welcome Cottage for an update and information on the latest happenings at WaterWays.


The Next Chapter: RidgeWood Park

With an exciting amount of interest from future residents and builders alike, the developers of WaterWays Township in Richmond Hill, Georgia, are proud to announce the upcoming release of it’s most recent addition, the fifth phase of its ever-popular RidgeWood Park neighborhood.


Featuring charming low country cottage homes only a short walk from our plentiful parks, greenspaces, play areas, garden plots and access to the community’s impressive amenities, RidgeWood Park is an idealic environment for both working families and retirees. With home values starting in the mid- $200,000’s, RidgeWood Park provides a very attractive, affordable opportunity for those looking to enjoy an active lifestyle in the gorgeous natural setting of this gated, master planned community. Come see why so many are choosing to live in RidgeWood Park!
Contact us at 912-445-0299 or visit the HeadWaters Welcome Cottage for more information.


Bring on the Sunshine


Thank goodness, spring weather is here! With warmer temperatures and longer days, it is a great time to get outside and explore. We invite you all to enjoy the season, either at WaterWays Township or beyond, with a variety of outdoor activities including:
Kayaking: Grab your kayaks and paddles and enjoy an afternoon of kayaking in the sunshine. Waterways offers the convenience of our own kayak storage and launch facilities at the Hawk Island Boat House, where you can explore the pristine Grand Lagoon and miles of coastal habitat.
Bike Riding: Cool wind at your back and sunshine on your face, what could be better? Tie your laces and hop on your bike to take advantage of the numerous, scenic trails around the community.
Fishing: Waterways offers a superior fishing experience with the Bill Dance Signature Lake. Take a trip down to the water for an activity that is fun for the entire family.
Time to prep the garden plot? Collect your thoughts on a spring garden and visit your local nursery or garden center for the latest tips and seasonal plantings.
Whatever you decide to do, we hope you enjoy the beautiful outdoors this season and come see us at WaterWays Township!


Low Country Boil Recipe

Courtesy of and Paula Deen, click here for a recipe of one of the most iconic Southern dishes, the Low Country Boil (photo courtesy of FoodNetwork.com).
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