Home showcase back at Hallsley to benefit cancer center

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Eight furnished homes will be displayed during the Street of Hope event. (East West Communities)

Two years after making its Hallsley debut, developer East West Communities’ home showcase to benefit VCU Massey Cancer Center returns to the Midlothian neighborhood this weekend for a two-week run.

Eight furnished homes showcasing the latest trends in construction and design will be on display in this year’s Street of Hope, which kicks off Saturday and continues through Nov. 5.

Proceeds from the event will fund research grants at VCU Massey Cancer Center and a scholarship endowment for the VCU School of Business for underprivileged Richmond-area youths. The event aims to raise $700,000 through ticket sales, sponsorships, a truck raffle, special events and the sale of one of the featured homes, Biringer Builders’ Home of Hope.

The last Street of Hope, held in 2015, raised more than $675,000, enough to make a $1 million donation to Massey with a 50 percent matching grant from the Mary Morton Parsons Foundation. This year’s event does not involve a matching grant.

New this year is involvement from Southern Living magazine, which named Hallsley a Southern Living Inspired Community – the first community in the Richmond area to receive the recognition. All of the homes feature Southern Living-inspired home plans and designs.

The magazine featured Hallsley’s Coastal Cottage and Lowcountry home designs, which are included in the Street of Hope.

The eight homes were built by Biringer Builders, Creative Home Concepts, Homesmith Construction, Homeplaces Ltd., Lancaster Custom Builder, Ray Williams Custom Homes, Southern Traditions and TimberCreek Building & Design.

Tours of all the homes cost $10 for adults, with children 12 and under admitted free. Tickets can be purchased online and at Hallsley, located at 3900 Brightwalton Road in Midlothian.

Homes are open for tours daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with extended hours on select days.

Interior of one of the residences featured in the event. (East West Communities)

street of hope house

Eight furnished homes will be displayed during the Street of Hope event. (East West Communities)

Two years after making its Hallsley debut, developer East West Communities’ home showcase to benefit VCU Massey Cancer Center returns to the Midlothian neighborhood this weekend for a two-week run.

Eight furnished homes showcasing the latest trends in construction and design will be on display in this year’s Street of Hope, which kicks off Saturday and continues through Nov. 5.

Proceeds from the event will fund research grants at VCU Massey Cancer Center and a scholarship endowment for the VCU School of Business for underprivileged Richmond-area youths. The event aims to raise $700,000 through ticket sales, sponsorships, a truck raffle, special events and the sale of one of the featured homes, Biringer Builders’ Home of Hope.

The last Street of Hope, held in 2015, raised more than $675,000, enough to make a $1 million donation to Massey with a 50 percent matching grant from the Mary Morton Parsons Foundation. This year’s event does not involve a matching grant.

New this year is involvement from Southern Living magazine, which named Hallsley a Southern Living Inspired Community – the first community in the Richmond area to receive the recognition. All of the homes feature Southern Living-inspired home plans and designs.

The magazine featured Hallsley’s Coastal Cottage and Lowcountry home designs, which are included in the Street of Hope.

The eight homes were built by Biringer Builders, Creative Home Concepts, Homesmith Construction, Homeplaces Ltd., Lancaster Custom Builder, Ray Williams Custom Homes, Southern Traditions and TimberCreek Building & Design.

Tours of all the homes cost $10 for adults, with children 12 and under admitted free. Tickets can be purchased online and at Hallsley, located at 3900 Brightwalton Road in Midlothian.

Homes are open for tours daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with extended hours on select days.

Interior of one of the residences featured in the event. (East West Communities)

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