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HOUSTON, TX (MAY 7, 2015): David Weekley Homes announces its ranking as the largest privately-held home builder in America and 16th overall, according to BUILDER Magazine’s BUILDER 100 list, published May 7, 2015.Read More
Charlotte, NC (May 6, 2015): David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held home builder, will soon begin building their high-end, Custom ClassicsTM homes in Rosecliff. Located 12 miles south of Charlotte in the Marvin area, Rosecliff will be within walking distance to Marvin Ridge Middle and High schools and will be subject to low Union County taxes.Read More
Hilton Head, SC (May 5, 2015): Custom Classics Distinctive Residences by David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately home builder, picked up two more design awards, this time from Detroit Home Magazine for a home built in the Bluffton community of Palmetto Bluff. Highlighted during the magazine’s annual Home Design Awards, The Georgetown was designed by Visbeen Architects, Inc., and earned first place as the top “Vacation Home Outside of Michigan,” and third place for “Best Traditional Master Suite.”Read More
Charlotte, NC (May 5, 2015): David Weekley Homes officially broke ground on Central Living at Iverson and celebrated with a groundbreaking ceremony with attendance from local dignitaries and district city council member Patsy Kinsey.Read More
DALLAS, TX (May 5, 2015): Two new David Weekley model homes are now open daily for tours in the master-planned community of Parkside in Irving. The homes are located at 6724 Prospect Way at the southeast corner of Beltline and 114.Read More
DENVER, CO (May 5, 2015): Homebuyers in search of a new home in Stapleton’s South End will soon have Row Homes by David Weekley to choose from. The builder will start construction on the new homes in June 2015.Read More
RALEIGH, NC (May 5, 2015): The 7th Annual Briar Chapel Earth Day 5K received abundant support from David Weekley Homes team members and homeowners. The group participated in the race to support the Abundance Foundation, an organization that works to increase public awareness of sustainable energy usage and local food consumption.Read More
Tampa, FL (May 6, 2015): David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held home builder, is proud to announce the hiring of Martin Frame as land acquisition manager for the company’s Tampa and Sarasota markets. Frame joins Weekley Homes with more than 10 years’ experience in both the construction and financing sectors.Read More
Charlotte, NC (April 28, 2015): David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held home builder, is excited to announce approval to add townhomes to their upcoming project in Endhaven. Located in the Ballantyne area, Endhaven will include 17 single-family homes and 27 townhomes, with sales projected to begin in Spring 2016.Read More
DENVER, CO (April 28, 2015): The nation’s largest private home builder is now open for sales at Hyland Village at Westminster. David Weekley is building 65 single-family homes on 54-foot homesites in the Denver-area community. Priced from the $495s, ranch-style and two-story homes in Hyland Village will range in size from about 2,200 to 2,800 square feet.Read More
Tampa, FL (April 28, 2015): With a little paint and some elbow grease, team members from the David Weekley Homes Tampa division teamed up with Paint Your Heart Out Tampa to spruce up and revitalize a home for a needy resident.Read More
Houston, TX (April 22, 2015): David Weekley Homes was recently named the “Largest Houston-Area Custom Homebuilder” by the Houston Business Journal. According to the recently-released rankings, David Weekley Homes built more custom homes than any other home builder in Houston with 153 completed in 2014.Read More
Orlando, FL (April 21, 2015): By partnering with homeowners, REALTORS® and homeowner’s associations, David Weekley Homes turned the seasonal chore of spring cleaning into an opportunity to donate nearly 5,200 pounds of clothing and household items, and an additional $5,200 monetary donation to benefit The Mustard Seed of Central Florida Furniture and Clothing Bank.Read More
Denver, CO (April 21, 2015): Discovery Home residents now have a place to read, play games and enjoy quiet time, thanks to the efforts of David Weekley Homes and HomeAid Colorado.Read More
Tampa, FL (April 15, 2015): David Weekley Homes has made spring cleaning interesting by partnering with homeowners to use the seasonal chore as a way to drum up more than 3,700 pounds of charitable donations and $2,000 to benefit Mort Elementary School in Tampa. According to Mort Elementary, every registered student at the school lives at or below the poverty limit, and includes a number of homeless students that the faculty work tirelessly to assist.Read More
CHICAGO, IL (April 14, 2015): Forty-three David Weekley homes are now under construction in a private, gated community in historic Barrington. The builder purchased property for the homesites in March and began development in April 2015.Read More
Tampa, FL (April 14, 2015): David Weekley Homes is pleased to announce the promotion of Len Jaffe to Vice President of Land for the Southeast Region. In his new position, Jaffe will be responsible for the expansion of David Weekley Homes into new markets in the Carolinas, Georgia and Florida, as well as expanding the Central Living by David Weekley Homes product line into existing markets.Read More
Salt Lake City, UT (April 9, 2015): Three new traditional, single-family homes from David Weekley are coming soon to one of Salt Lake City’s oldest neighborhoods, Sugar House. The community of Sugarhouse Ridge will be located at East 1700 South Street, near Highway 80.Read More
Orlando, FL (April 8, 2015): David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held home builder, has broken ground on their final phase in Spring Lake at Celebration. Phase III will consist of 86 homesites and will feature the home builder’s Bungalow, Garden, Villa and Townhome series, ranging in size from 1,600 to 2,700 square feet and starting from the $290s.Read More
Orlando, FL (April 7, 2015): For a limited time, David Weekley Homes wants homebuyers to build the home of their dreams, inspired by them. From now until June 30, 2015, the nation’s largest privately-held home builder is offering Orlando buyers $15,000 to use toward a decorator allowance, home discount or closing costs.Read More
David Weekley Homes currently conducts home building and sales activities in more than 420 communities in 23 markets across the nation. Each city is led by an area president or division president responsible for selecting preliminary sites in new communities, monitoring lot completion, planning the home building schedule, obtaining all necessary permits and constructing, selling and closing the sale.
* J.D. Power and Associates 2003 New Home Builder Customer Satisfaction Study. Study based on responses from 71,312 buyers of newly constructed homes in 21 of the largest U.S. markets. Austin market covers:Bastrop, Hays, Travis and Williamson counties.www.jdpower.com
** J.D. Power and Associates 2002 New Home Builder Customer Satisfaction Study. Study based on responses from 56,193 buyers of newly constructed homes in 16 of the largest U.S. markets. Tampa Bay market covers: Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatec, Pasco, Pinellas and Sarasota counties.www.jdpower.com
***J.D. Power and Associates 2000 New Home Builder Customer Satisfaction Study. Study based on responses from 25,477 buyers of newly constructed homes in six of the largest U.S. markets. Dallas market covers Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant Counties. www.jdpower.com
David Weekley founded David Weekley Homes in 1976 at the age of 23, and now serves as the chairman of the largest, privately-owned home builder in America.
David Weekley Homes was the first homebuilder in history to win the "Triple Crown of American Homebuilding," which incorporates the following three awards:
In 1999, BUILDER awarded Weekley the "Hearthstone Builder Lifetime Public Service Award." In 1998 and 1986 he was named "Builder of the Year" by the Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA).
Currently, Weekley serves on the board of directors for St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital. Additionally, he serves on the board of trustees of The Kinkaid School, former board President and current board member of the Greater Houston Community Foundation, as well as the executive committee of the Sam Houston Area Council of Boy Scouts of America. He has served as chairman of the Steering Committee of the Metro Houston Young Life and chairman of the Sam Houston Area Council of Boy Scouts of America, president of the GHBA and the Young Presidents Organization and executive board member of Houston's Star of Hope.
He authored a book on home buying, How to Buy a Home Without Getting Hammered.
Weekley holds degrees in economics and geology from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.
John Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, has been with the company since 1990. One of Johnson's most notable achievements has been the introduction of the company's Commitment to Excellence program. Highly praised, this program has brought David Weekley Homes to the status of a world-class home builder. During Johnson's tenure the company has:
With an eye on growth and furthering the company's Commitment to Excellence, Johnson has been instrumental in David Weekley Homes' expansion into 15 of its 18 markets and has been a guiding force behind its introduction of new product lines.
Johnson holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Houston.