A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Sept. 1 at the ChimneyRidge subdivision, site of the 59th HOMEARAMA® that will take place Sept. 3-18.
“This will give thousands of people the opportunity to see what the City of Loveland has to offer. This is very exciting, and we look forward to the next few weeks,” said Mayor Kathy Bailey during the ceremony.
ChimneyRidge is presented by Greg Berling and Ken Campbell and is located on 26 wooded acres off Butterworth Road on the Warren County side of the City of Loveland. Six fully landscaped and decorated homes in a variety of architectural styles will be featured in HOMEARAMA®.
Builders include AR Homes, Drees Homes, Fry Homes, Justin Doyle Homes, and WP Land Company, LLC (builder of two homes). The homes are priced between $1.2 and $1.4 million. Additionally, attendees can tour a tiny home.
Dave Stroup, President of the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati, welcomed attendees to the ceremony. He described HOMEARAMA® as the “idea showcase,” where attendees are guaranteed to see the latest in new home design, technology, energy efficiency, outdoor living spaces, landscaping, and decorating. Visitors can expect to see current trends like expanded home offices, which have grown popular during the pandemic.
Stroup went on to say that research shows homebuilding can benefit any community — from job creation to lowering crime rates.
City and Chamber officials were recognized at the ceremony including Mayor Kathy Bailey, City Council members, City Manager David Kennedy, and President of the Little Miami River Chamber Alliance CeeCee Collins. The homebuilders and presenting sponsors were also recognized. The ceremony ended with a ribbon cutting presentation.
HOMEARAMA® was last held in the City of Loveland in 1989 at the Glen of Claiborne subdivision.
About the Show
The show will run Sept. 3-18, 2022. Show hours are 4 - 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, show hours are noon - 9 p.m.
Nearly each day of the show has a unique theme, where attendees can participate in special events — such as Everything Cincy Day and the Pop Up Art Show — or admission specials such as:
Hometown Heroes' Day: Veterans, first responders, military personnel, healthcare workers and teachers can purchase a half-price ticket on Sunday, Sept. 4.
Loveland Residents' Day: City residents will receive $3 off admission at the gate on Friday, Sept. 9. City staff, police, and fire will be there to say hello with fun giveaways! (Proof of residency required)
Download brochure/daily event schedule
Tickets are $20.00 at the gate. Discount tickets are available online at www.cincyhomearama.com or on the Cincinnati HOMEARAMA® app for $19.00. A special two-day ticket will be available for $30.00 at the gate only. Children 12 and under are admitted for free if accompanied by an adult. No tickets sold or admittance to the show after 8 p.m. Click here for more information.
Parking & Shuttle
The ticket price includes on-site parking.
Additionally, on the weekends, show attendees can park at 220 E. and 227 E. Loveland Avenue (East Loveland Nature Preserve) and board the shuttle (a 30-passenger, air-conditioned bus) and be dropped off right at the gate to the show. The shuttle bus will run approximately every 15 minutes from Downtown Loveland to the HOMEARAMA® site and back to Downtown Loveland. The shuttle bus service is ONLY available on weekends (Friday – Sunday from 11:45 a.m. until 9:15 p.m.). Weekend show hours are 12 – 9 p.m. The bus will also be available on Monday, Sept. 5 (Labor Day) from 11:45 a.m. – 9:15 p.m.
For more information, please visit CincyHomearama.com.