Located in southern Delaware County, in the Olentangy Local School District, Evans Farm is Ohio’s only community designed around the principles of new urbanism, promoting a walkable
neighborhood and a variety of architectural custom homes featuring front porches, hidden parking, and a network of paths and ponds, parks and green spaces.
Attended by thousands of consumers each year as the premier showcase for the latest in design
and building trends, this year’s Parade will feature fourteen stunning homes built by twelve of the region’s top builders. Parade builders include: 3 Pillar Homes, ALTA Design Build, Arthur Rutenberg Homes, Bob Webb Homes, Coppertree Homes, Cua Builders, Guzzo & Garner Custom Builders, Kenric Fine Homes, Maronda Homes, P&D Builders, Sierra Custom Homes and Stonecliff Homes. 3 Pillar Homes and Maronda Homes are each building two houses.
The 2019 BIA Parade of Homes, presented by Chase,
open houses on
July 13 – July 28, 2019
Monday – Saturday 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
1550 Lewis Center Rd
Lewis Center, OH 43035
General Admission: $18 (includes parking)
We gladly accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express with photo ID and cash. No checks.
Children 12 and under are free.
Discount Coupons: $3-off discount coupons are available at central Ohio Chase locations.
Military Discount: $2 off regularly priced admission for active/retired military personnel, by showing ID, and their party. (not valid with any other coupons/discounts)
Parking: Field parking. Please plan accordingly.
Additional information, including event ticket prices and a complete event schedule, will be
available soon at BIAparade.com.
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