HG Sweeps the Nation
By Will Honan on Wednesday, November 9th, 2016
The results are in and Highland Green is a winner. Remarkably, this 55+ Active Adult Lifestyle community on the north side of route 196 in Topsham has attracted residents from Maine and throughout America. In the last four years alone well over 100 couples or single family households from varied locations and many backgrounds have elected to relocate here.
The broad appeal of this place stems from a distinctive platform. Its uniqueness within Maine, the unusual combination of lower-maintenance living in custom-built homes, a convenient location, an unprecedented incorporation of conservation and nature, and numerous amenities all supporting a one-of-a-kind community.
Highland Green’s national campaign goes far beyond simple talking points. Tens of thousands of words in our Lifestyle newsletters and our Lifestyle Blog are available on our website along with hours of video. These resources offer stories of and endorsements by the hundreds of residents who already live here, providing powerful testimonial for potential Highland Green inhabitants.
The Highland Green brand is instantly recognized across the country. Locally, many may have not realized the tremendous impact such an outstandingly diverse populace makes on the nearby area or that Highland Green is a singular locally developed entity. Some are surprised when they finally drive into Highland Green’s vast 635-acre campus, venture past the golf course, and find nearly 200 free standing homes, a publicly accessible 230-acre nature preserve, and the not-so-hidden gem of the Wild Duck Pub for lunch or dinner.
When choosing a candidate location for their next life adventure, most adults from across America who consider Highland Green are not looking at other communities or neighborhoods in Maine. More likely they are looking at lifestyle communities in various states.
Highland Green is not a regular neighborhood or a simple condominium development or a traditional retirement community, but has key features of each that allow for broad generational appeal. Indeed, both current and potential Highland Green denizens belong to the Mature/Silent, the Baby Boom, and the X generations. To most of its constituents it is simply known as “HG.”
In just the six months leading up to the November election season new friends from near and far voted for HG by moving here or signing agreements to do so in the future. Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, North Carolina, Illinois, Montana, and California are included in this representative sample.
From 30 different states and counting; from the Northeast to the Southeast; from the Midwest to the Southwest; to the West from Washington down to Southern California, new friends have made Highland Green home. It matters not whether they are from Red states or from Blue states; HG is turning the American map Green.