On Saturday, Dec. 7, MillBridge welcomed more than a thousand guests to celebrate its third annual holiday festival of lights, Light Up MillBridge, with festive music, sweet treats and Old St. Nick himself.
Waxhaw, NC (PRWEB) December 26, 2013
This year’s event featured more than 100,000 holiday lights, including 2,500 glowing luminaries, the lighting of the Charlotte area’s only functioning covered bridge and a 20-foot Christmas tree. Guests enjoyed hot cocoa and candy canes while MillBridge resident, Rachel Sawhook, performed holiday-themed music and children were visited by Santa.
Light Up MillBridge was presented in 2011 by the community’s developer, Landeavor, to its residents as a surprise gift during a Christmas party. Since then, the event has evolved into a Waxhaw community tradition.
Located in historic Waxhaw, N.C., MillBridge is a 920-acre master-planned community that features the Charlotte area’s only functioning covered bridge. The inclusive, resident-focused community offers pedestrian-friendly sidewalks, parks, walking and biking trails, common squares and greenways to the 2,000 residents who will call MillBridge home. The adventure-filled Community House, spanning 9,000 sq. ft. indoors, and more than 60 acres outdoors, offers an aquatic center with three pools, airnasium with full basketball court, fitness center, movie theater and special event facilities.
Landeavor, LLC is a national real estate investment and development company headquartered in Tampa, FL with offices in Atlanta, Houston, Charlotte and Raleigh. The company specializes in the development of master-planned residential and resort communities as principal developers or through joint ventures. Through Landeavor’s distinct alliance with Walton Street Capital affiliates, Landeavor is uniquely positioned to invest in or develop a variety of planned communities from any stage of development. For more information, visit: http://www.landeavor.com.
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