Ribbon cutting for new townhomes

Belleme Townhomes will be hosting its grand opening on Nov. 16

  • Thursday, November 8, 2018 11:24am
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The following is a press release from Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce.

The Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to welcome new business and member, Belleme Townhomes to its community.

“We are so excited to be a part of this beautiful community. Belleme Townhomes fulfills the many requests Element had to supply buyers with an easy lifestyle new home with close proximity to everything from the city to airport to beaches and more,” said Mona London, sales manager.

Belleme Townhomes would like to invite community members to an exclusive “sneak peek” at their grand opening and ribbon cutting celebration on Friday, Nov. 16 from 3-7 p.m.

The event starts with a ribbon cutting ceremony with Mayor Chicquette and the City of Normandy Park at 4 p.m., with event concluding at 7 p.m.

Attendees of the grand opening will receive a chance to win a $250 gift certificate to PCC Community Markets, just in time for Thanksgiving shopping.

Attendees will also enjoy refreshments including food and drinks provided by Belleme Townhomes.

Belleme Townhomes is a new construction residential development in Normandy Park.

There are 19 beautifully appointed two bedroom, two and half bath homes, each with a two car garage.

Chic open concept living with gourmet kitchens, white quartz counters, hardwood floors and modern upscale fixtures and master en suite. It is also close to shopping, freeways, city and beaches.

Guests planning to attend the celebration are encouraged to RSVP.

To RSVP, follow this link http://www.seattlesouthsidechamber.com/events/details/belleme-townhomes-2606

More information including floorplans, and other details can be found on their website Belleme.element-residential.com or call them at (206) 290-8097.

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