HOMEARAMA® 2021 Calls Anderson Township Home

This fall, Anderson’s exceptional neighborhoods and quality of life took the spotlight, as the Cincinnati 2021 HOMEARAMA® event and surrounding festivities unfolded in the Coldstream area. 

Five luxury homes starting at $1.3 million were included in the show, produced by the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati. This is the 58th year for the new home showcase that last visited Anderson Township in the late 1970s. The location, in the Parkside Estates subdivision off Hopper Road, featured “tranquility and natural beauty, plus the noted high-quality amenities found in Anderson Township,” said Dan Dressman, executive director for the home builder’s organization. 

Besides touring luxury homes, Anderson Township and the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati hosted a series of special events to showcase some of the highlights of living well in Anderson Township. A dedicated year of planning by the township’s volunteer member Economic Development Committee resulted in special promotions to make the event memorable, according to Jeff Rosa, committee member. 

“HOMEARAMA® was an amazing event for Anderson,” he said. “Nearly 20,000 people visited our incredible township and learned why Anderson is the place to be.” 

Special events focused on parks and recreation offerings in the area, Anderson nonprofits and “hometown heroes,” an OctoBEERfest experience, a “retail therapy” opportunity and food adventures made each day unique, noted Josh Gerth, township trustee chair. 

Gerth saw the event as being a positive outcome of hard work initiated by township trustees, volunteers and staff to further support and create a high quality of life here. “The fact that the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati chose Anderson Township this year, proves that we are doing the right things and remain one of the most desirable places to call home.” 

As a part of the event, more than 15 vendors and suppliers hosted in the HomeZone exhibitor tent, including the Anderson booth, staffed by volunteers from Anderson Township, the Forest Hills School District, Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce and Anderson Park District  The Anderson booth provided attendees information and insight about the community.  In case you missed it, a few of the exhibits may be found in the links below. 

For additional information or literature about the Township, contact us at info@AndersonTownshipOH.gov, or visit https://www.cincyhomearama.com/ for more information on this year’s Homerama show.

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