Happy Summer! Our new building, Prairie, is almost fully leased! There are a handful of residences available, so please see us soon if you would like to live at RiverHeath. You can move in and join the riverfront community today... the bald eagles are waiting to soar by your window. Stop by Tempest Coffee for a hot mug, and make plans for your next trail ride. Fix that bike at the Recylist, just opened in the Evergreen building.

Are you an entrepreneur looking for your new office? Join us at Menlo Park, our co-working space overlooking the water. Click on the Menlo Park tab above for more information.

We have started a waiting list for our next phase, with delivery in Spring 2019. Please email Penny for details!

Have you ever dreamt of living on the water and watching geese fly by your living room window? Have you wanted to have a home with restaurants, bakeries and coffee shops just steps away? Tired of shoveling snow? Perhaps living at RiverHeath is for you.

RiverHeath is located in downtown Appleton, Wisconsin, on the Fox River just below the College Avenue bridge. One of Appleton's oldest and now newest neighborhoods, the land has been a center of commerce since the 1850s. One legacy of this rich industrial past is one of the nation's oldest hydro-electric facilities. The river will provide clean, sustainable energy for the residences, offices, and shops on site. This clean power is just the beginning of RiverHeath's commitment to sustainability. Design elements include innovative stormwater management systems, geothermal heating and cooling using the energy from the river, efficient appliances, community gardens and more. The U.S. Green Building Council accepted the project into a nationwide pilot program for Neighborhood Development. The U.S. Department of Energy awarded RiverHeath with a grant to help fund the geothermal exchange heating and cooling system.

Stop by and visit us at our Sales Office located at RiverHeath in the new Prairie building: 181 South RiverHeath Way, Suite 1200, Appleton, Wisconsin. Go to Prairie, look for the Menlo Park sign by the water, walk in and say hello! Welcome to the Neighborhood.

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Two young athletic people carrying a canoe
Woman in raft with dog   Retired birders