For Brohn Homes, building communities is more than just constructing homes and neighborhoods. It’s about supporting the people that make up our communities and investing in them, and their futures. Harvest Ridge was built on the principles of creating a caring space, a sense of community, collaboration at the center, and a connection to the outdoors.
There’s perhaps no better measure of that investment for us than our recent partnership with the Elgin Independent School District (EISD) to help break ground on the district’s fourth elementary school, which will be located in our Harvest Ridge master-planned community. The 12-acre land site was donated by Brohn, making this the first time in EISD’s history that residential developers have donated land for a public school.
“We are honored to donate the land for Harvest Ridge Elementary and to partner with Elgin Independent School District on this exciting project,” said Brohn Homes co-founder Adam Boenig. “We look forward to how this new elementary school and the Harvest Ridge development will positively impact the City of Elgin, Elgin Independent School District and the community as a whole.”
EISD broke ground in Harvest Ridge on Wednesday, April 5. The school will be located on Harvest Ridge Boulevard, just northeast of Elgin High School. It will accommodate between 800 and 900 students and will open in Fall 2024.