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Arthur Rutenberg Homes, the premier luxury home builder has awarded
an independently owned and operated franchise to Joss Construction Group, LLC.

Joss Construction Group and its principals, AJ Lall and Ankur
Gupta, were hand selected to join Arthur Rutenberg Homes’
esteemed family of franchises based on their commitment
to customer satisfaction and their many years of experience
building outstanding homes in the Columbus area.
Joss Construction Group extends to every homeowner the same
core values that have made the Arthur Rutenberg name legendary
in homebuilding for over 60 years – innovative designs, quality
craftsmanship, and unrivaled customer service throughout the
customization and building process… and years beyond.

Calling all Realtors

Arthur Rutenberg will be hosting a Realtor Social. Stop by on Thursday, December 7 from 6-9pm

at Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub to celebrate their newest model The Hyde Park coming soon to Jerome Village.

Enjoy Appetizers, Drinks and Live Band. Bring business cards for giveaway drawing.

RSVP to the Realtor Social 

November 28, 2017

December Events

December 4 | 5:30pm – 7:30pm| Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub

Jerome Holiday Party

Join us at Pasquale’s Pizza & Pub for pictures with Santa & performances from  Jerome High Jazz Band.

December 21 | 10:45 am | Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub

Story Time in the Community Center 

Bring your toddler to have an interactive story time with a staff member of the Dublin Library.

Stay for lunch at Pasquale’s!





Jerome Village is pleased to share that The site, valued at approximately $1.4 million, is located west of the intersection of Ravenhill Parkway and Hyland-Croy Road. The land was donated to Dublin Schools for the future construction of an elementary and/or middle school. The construction timeline will be determined by the Dublin City School Board.

“We are thrilled to have closed on the transition of this site to Dublin Schools,” said Nationwide Realty Investor’s real estate director Bart Barok. “At completion, Jerome Village will have more than 2200 single-family homes. The schools are of the utmost importance to our homeowners, and are an integral part of our development’s master plan.”

“We’d like to thank Nationwide Realty Investors and Jerome Village for their support of public education and for donating this land to Dublin City Schools,” said Superintendent Dr. Todd Hoadley.

October 31, 2017

November Events

November 4 | 9:00 am | Glacier Ridge

Hero Run Quarter Marathon

The quarter marathon course will open for 2 hours, race start at 9:00 am.

The 5k course will be open for 1 hour, race starts at 9:10 am.

November 16 | 10:45 am | Pasquale’s

Story Time in the Community Center 

Come join story time with Pasquale’s and the Union County Library.

Family Movie Night with Pasquale’s

November 21 | 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm | Pasquale’s

Celebrate family and kick off Thanksgiving break with the JV community center.

We will be showing a family friendly movie on the big screen. Contact Pasquale’s for more information.



Breast Cancer Charity Night

October 5 | 5:00-7:00 pm | Epcon Model

Join Epcon Community at the Courtyards at Jerome Village for the 9th annual Condo for the Cure.

Enjoy a fun night for a good cause including food, beverages and shopping.

Click here to RSVP.

Movie Night

October 22 | 6:30-8:30 pm | Barn

Join your family and neighbors at the barn for family move night. There will be no school the following Monday so come out bring your sleeping bags or wear something comfy and enjoy a movie on the big screen. *Free popcorn and juice boxes will be given out while supplies last.

Halloween Costume Dinner

October 30 | 5:30-7:30pm | Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub

Come to dinner dressed in costume with spooky kids meal specials, happy hour prices until 7:30 and of course the best dressed costume contest!





Columbus Dispatch: Mark Ferenchilk

Three years ago, a Dublin councilman asked for more things to do at Glacier Ridge Metro Park just outside the city’s western edge: more fun things, more attractions to draw people to the park.

Metro Parks is finally going to do just that, spending $112,750 to build an obstacle course, and another $450,000 for improvements that will include a dog park, both in the northern part of the park in Union County.

Work on the obstacle course, called a “challenge course,” should begin in the next couple of weeks, and it is expected to open by next May, Metro Parks Executive Director Tim Moloney said.

The obstacle course will include a large cargo net for climbing, tubes to crawl through, logs that people can shimmy under and go over, a rope climb and rings. It will be designed for adults, teens and tweens, he said.

“This will look like a military boot camp,” Moloney said. It will be placed within the loop road near the entrance of the northern part of the park, circled by a new half-mile loop trail.

“It’s very grown-up, an almost Marine-like obstacle course,” Dublin Mayor Greg Peterson said. The design that Metro Parks came up with is a “very natural course in a very natural environment,” he said.

The 2.5-acre dog park will be southeast of the obstacle course, where dogs and their owners can go into the woods, Moloney said. He didn’t say when the dog park will open.

Other improvements at the park will include repaving the 2.5-mile trail loop, plus fixing culverts and improving sidewalks.

In the meantime, Dublin is considering Glacier Ridge for recreation programs such as summer camp and fitness classes. Dublin contributed $7.7 million for the 1,036-acre Glacier Ridge, which opened in 2002.

In 2014, then-Dublin Councilman John Reiner, now the vice mayor, told Metro Parks officials that residents expected innovative and creative features at the park.

The park had 308,000 visitors in 2016, according to Metro Parks. Through August of this year, attendance was 210,936, up 52 percent from 138,463 for the same period in 2016.

Read the original article here.

Check out this awesome video captured last week at the Bob Webb Homes Eversole Run model showcase event.

If you missed it, make sure to stop by this weekend for the official grand opening!

Located at 11371 Winterberry Drive Plain City, OH 43064.

Check out the video fly through here.

Check Out Bob Webb model homes page here.


Article by: Laura Newpoff, Columbus Business First

Two of the more active builders at the massive Jerome Village development in Plain City are coming back for more.

Rockford Homes and Schottenstein Homes have signed on to build in two new communities: Orchid Hill and Willowbrush.

Nationwide Realty Ltd. is launching Orchid Hill first with infrastructure work still being done on the other community. Orchid’s prices start in the high $300,000s. (You can find the builders’ websites here and here.)

Orchid has 147 lots; 46 of them have been released and the builders have an equal share. Willowbrush will be developed in phases. The first will have 74 lots.

When completed, Jerome Village will have 2,200 single-family homes in 13 neighborhoods and 1.5 million square feet of commercial office and retail space abutting U.S. Route 42.

Rae Lemley, Rockford’s director of marketing, said the development offers pricing for all families and access to Dublin schools.

The master plan includes on-site elementary and middle schools, which haven’t been built yet. Forty percent of the development’s 1,500 acres is reserved for green space, she said. There’s also a park system that will connect to Glacier Ridge Metro Park.

Development plans include a commerce center that would house businesses, retailers and restaurants.

“Jerome Village will truly offer everything today’s families want and need, coupled with a feeling of community and respect for the land,” Lemley said.

David Parsley, vice president of sales and marketing at Schottenstein Homes, said Willowbrush will be a little more affordable than Orchid with homes starting in the $340,000s.

He said they’ll have 101 lots there and already have five pre-sales, “Which is really strong because you can’t even drive there without a four-wheeler.”

“(Willowbrush) is the most affordable housing you can buy in the community,” Parsley said. “What’s been surprising is the most significant interest we have in both communities has been the ranch floor plan. It used to be that just 10 percent of our sales were ranches, so there’s something in the air out there.”

Rockford Homes

Both Rockford Homes and Schottenstein Homes have built in several other neighborhoods at the development. Schottenstein was the original builder in the first section – Cranberry – that had 90 lots in 2011.

“We’ve always been busy since day one,” Parsley said.

Here are some updates from Nationwide Realty about the development:

  • 900 lots constructed to date
  • 500+ homes occupied to date
  • 110 homes under construction
  • There are 13 active builders at the community
  • You can find Jerome Village’s website here

Click here to view the original article.

Laura Newpoff covers residential real estate, travel and tourism, manufacturing and the business of sports for Columbus Business First.


OSU Football

August 31, 8:00 pm

Ohio State takes on Indiana, Call ahead to reserve a table! 614.733.0006


Last Pool Day!

September 4, 11:00 am – 8:00 pm



September 16, 4:30 pm

Tailgating on the East Lawn starts at 4!

Article by: Zenios Michael Zenios

3 Pillar Homes

New homes won’t be any more affordable in a year or two.

Potential homebuyers who are waiting for costs to come down before building might want to reconsider. The fact is that the past year’s rise in new home prices will most likely continue. While higher interest rates and a weak dollar could play a role, the biggest factors will likely be the most basic ones of supply and demand.

Simply put, the homebuilding industry predicts buyers will demand as many as 1.5 million new homes next year — this pent-up demand has saddled some builders with lengthy backlogs. At the same time there has been a serious shortage of labor and materials.

When it comes to labor, the pendulum has swung. Two years ago, contractors were short on work and willing to accept wage cuts. Now builders are hunting for skilled labor. The downturn saw legions of carpenters and other skilled workers leave the construction industry. The ones who remain are commanding higher wages. The same is true for quality subcontractors such as electricians, plumbers, and drywallers, who often have more work than they can handle, and have raised their prices accordingly.

On the materials side, lumber shortages drove prices in early 2013 to double that of a year earlier. And lumber is a bellwether: the costs of other building materials, from cabinets to carpet to light fixtures, tend to follow its lead.

There are several reasons for the lumber crunch. A number of mills closed during the housing crash when demand was weak. Some of these mills have re-started, helping to lower prices a bit from the recent peak, but tight credit has slowed the process, according to the National Association of Home Builders. It will take time for the industry to ramp up to the needed capacity.

Even if all available mills were operational, there isn’t as much harvestable lumber as there was a few years ago. For instance, mountain pine beetles have devastated millions of acres of timberland in the northwestern U.S. and Canada, while Canadian provinces have ordered permanent harvest reductions from healthy forests.

These forest losses have come on the heels of increasing demand for lumber from China, India, and other countries. In fact, many experts believe that lumber availability and pricing over the next few years will be driven as much by global as by domestic factors, and that it could take five years for supply and demand to balance.

What does all this mean for homebuyers? With prices predictably on the rise, value engineering is becoming ever more important. Value-engineering is a service provided by builders who look for ways to economize without sacrificing amenities or quality. There are lots of ways to do this. One example is to reduce exterior wall space by simplifying the facade. Exterior walls cost a lot more to build than interior walls — a simpler facade will have fewer corners, nooks, and crannies, requiring less labor and materials to build. The ability to value-engineer is one of the many benefits of working with a professional builder.

The bottom line is that while getting into a new home may be more expensive than it was two years ago, waiting for prices to come down is a roll of the dice — with odds of winning that are probably less than those at a Vegas casino. Anyone considering building in the near future would be well advised to do it sooner rather than later.

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