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A Truly CUSTOM-i-ZABLE Experience

Categories: CUSTOM-i-ZABLE, News | Posted: September 14, 2020

For over sixty years, Kay Builders has been constructing quality, innovative executive homes, single family homes, ranch homes, twin homes, townhomes and active adult communities in the Lehigh Valley. While other homebuilders say they’ll build you a customized home, the results often fall short of expectations—but not with Kay. We’ve built our reputation on constructing truly CUSTOM-i-ZABLE homes for our buyers, so they can get exactly what they’re looking for in a dream home. So, what can Kay Builders customers expect from our CUSTOM-i-ZABLE homes? 

Floor plans as framework 

With many builders, the custom home process becomes inhibited from the start. When you build with Kay, floor plans are just a framework to inspire you and help kick off the design process. Customers have the freedom to move walls, modify traffic flows, adjust kitchen layouts, rearrange bathrooms, expand bedrooms, finish basements and place outlets and light fixtures exactly where you’ll use them. To us, customization doesn’t just mean choosing the finishes and paint colors—it means making the actual layout of your home work best for you and your family. 

Expert guidance 

When you start the CUSTOM-i-ZABLE process with Kay Builders, you’ll work with a dedicated sales representative to guide you through the steps and set you up for success. In addition to giving general price guidance that will keep you on budget, they are able to suggest changes and additions that have proven popular with customers in the past and can enhance the floor plan you’ve chosen. We can also identify features you might not have considered, to improve your living experience and make you love your Kay Builders home even more. 

The building process will also connect you with our design studio professionals, who can help you discover the expansive options for finishes in your new home. From cabinets and backsplashes to appliances and more, they are there to assist you in finding the finishing touches that complement your lifestyle and make your home exactly what you’ve envisioned. 

A well-planned community 

Perhaps the most enticing part of a building a Kay Builders home is living in one of our impressive communities. We make it a priority to create welcoming, inclusive places to build your CUSTOM-i-ZABLE home and meet neighbors that will turn into friends. To improve your quality of life, we carefully select locations near highly rated schools, parks, shopping centers and other important amenities to provide priceless convenience. Our intentional strategy when it comes to the homes we build and the communities we design prove to be worth it, especially when the time comes for you to move on from your Kay Builders home—and perhaps into another one. Resale value is always top-of-mind, and homes in Kay Builders communities typically have high resale values for the Lehigh Valley area. This is because of our commitment to quality, value and curb appeal. 

We’ve been around longer than any other homebuilding company in the area and take pride in offering a truly CUSTOM-i-ZABLE experience. To learn more about our process, see houses we’ve built or to get started on your future home, contact a sales associate today or visit us online at www.KayBuilders.com

Community outreach: Upgraded cabins for local youth organization

Categories: Community News, News | Posted: August 21, 2020

When we’re not busy building the best custom homes in Eastern Pennsylvania, Kay Builders strives to make a difference in the communities we serve.

We recently partnered with Valley Youth House (VYH), a nonprofit organization committed to collaborating with vulnerable, abused and homeless youths to build a foundation for success. VYH understands that everyone’s needs and situations are unique, compelling them to offer responsive programming created to fit the needs of every individual they work with. Because no two situations are identical, no two programs are identical—providing young people with the customized care and direction they need to find meaningful support and develop necessary skills. The wide-ranging programs ensure that VYH can remain a constant in the lives of those they serve, from childhood to adulthood.

Valley Youth House owns and operates Camp Fowler, which utilizes a team led by a Master’s level clinician to offer restorative, stress-reducing outdoor therapeutic recreation. The camp promotes healing and growth through adventure-based activities and experiential learning, resulting in positive development that’s not typically achieved in a conventional setting.

Camp Fowler’s cabins were built 80 years ago and in desperate need of a refresh—with damaged flooring, leaking roofs, rotting wood siding and poor insulation, there was a lot to be done. Kay Builders and several other area builders came together to remodel three of the sleeping cabins. The renovated spaces come fully equipped with heating, air condition and indoor plumbing, expanding the possibilities for year-round programs. Upgraded interiors and sturdier exteriors improved the safety and usefulness of the cabins.

Our owner, Rick Koze, served on the steering committee for the project. He saw it as an opportunity to positively impact the lives of young people in his community, and hopes that this contribution to Camp Fowler will help Valley Youth House continue to make a difference for decades to come.

To learn more about Kay Builders, the homes we build and the communities we serve, contact us today.

Creating a CUSTOM-i-ZABLE Community

Categories: Blog, CUSTOM-i-ZABLE, News | Posted: February 6, 2020

Handsome exteriors feature hipped roofing, stone and stucco facades, walk-out bays and covered front porches are just a few of the features you will see in a home built by Kay Builders. These are the kind of homes that Rick Koze, Kay Builders’ third-generation owner and operator, watched his father build before him. Now, more than 4,500 satisfied customers later, Koze reflects back on what his family started with a renewed commitment to where the company is headed.

“When my father came out of college, he joined up with his dad and started building. They had just bought a few properties together when his dad passed away, and he deserves a lot of credit for sticking with it. He built the business from the ground up,” says Koze. “He became one of the top builders in the Lehigh Valley and one of the things that he focused on was land development.” The responsibility of acting as both developer and builder isn’t one that all builders are likely to take on, given that building and developing are two different tasks. A developer takes raw land, obtains the necessary permits, creates building lots, and puts in sewers, water and electric lines, and streets and curbs. Then the builder normally comes in and builds the houses on that developed land.

“I followed his past [of doing both], and one of the things that he started was a site contracting businesses, so we would do all of the improvements – including the water and the sewer for the community – and I’ve grown that business,” says Koze, who spent much of his career in the mergers and acquisitions world and purchased the company from his father when he was set for retirement. “A lot of the financial discipline I learned, I transferred over to this business.”

Like it did for many other home builders, the 2008 economic downturn hit Kay Builders during a time when they had just finished several successful communities. Though their growth pattern stalled, Koze’s background in economic analysis helped the company weather the storm by having the discipline to stay on the sidelines and let the downturn pass.

Today, Kay Builders continues to add to their portfolio of new single, townhome, and twin communities across the Valley, which also now includes an active adult community – the Fields at Indian Creek – in Emmaus. Those communities include Parkview Estates in Easton, The Fields at Blue Barn Meadows in Allentown, Trio Fields in Nazareth, Scenic View West in Bushkill Township, The Fields at Creek View in Quakertown, The Fields at Jasper Ridge in Emmaus, Trexler Field in Breinigsville, and Colonial Walk in Bushkill Township.

“I think one of the things we’ve been able to do is find very good locations and not overpay for property. We’ve kept overhead very low and we’ve bought our land right,” says Koze. “What we’re trying to do is be diverse, and that means serving all market segments.”

With that line of forward thinking – and in a tight market – Kay also aims tobuild homes that people can afford. One of the qualities that has set Kay Buildersapart is their ability for clients to create a CUSTOM-i-ZABLE home. Kay Builders offers the floor plans as a framework to get started, and then the client has the freedom to move walls, rearrange traffic flows, fully redesign kitchens, move bathrooms, expand rooms, finish basements, and more. Kay Builders allows their homebuyers to start personally detailing townhomes in the low $200s. They also have a state-of-the-art full Design Studio, located in Emmaus, where clients can meet with Studio Design Consultants to coordinate cabinets, countertops, backsplashes, faucets, appliances and more.

“You can’t overestimate how important that is to a new home buyer. I think we’re one of the only builders that allows these major changes to a townhome and make changes to the floor plan that you’re typically not allowed to,” says Koze. “You can bump out. You can add bathrooms. And it’s just a fun process. We like to make it where our customers can actually design their plans.”

Koze also knows that in a world where design software is readily available and where every prospective customer likely has seen a lot of HGTV, there’s always the chance that a customer takes their home dreams elsewhere. After so many decades in the business, however, that’s a risk he’s willing to take. The Kay Builders model of business is all about up-front transparency – and Koze has seen it all become worth it in the end when new homeowners are handed their keys.

“When it’s all said and done, you want to look at people enjoying life. You want to see them out in their yard. You like to drive by when it’s done and say, ‘Look, we built that beautiful house’,” he says. “You’re creating a community where people are socializing with their neighbors and justenjoying their homes. That’s the most important part.”says Koze.

Ready to build your Lehigh Valley dream home? Kay Builders would love to hear from you. Visit www.KayBuilders.com for more information or call our offices at 484-353-6100.

New Lots Released: The Fields at Indian Creek

Categories: Blog, Indian Creek, News | Posted: April 17, 2018

Kay Builders is excited to announce the release of New Lots at The Fields at Indian Creek. Featuring a lush landscape with mature trees, manmade trails for walking or biking and majestic views, The Fields at Indian Creek is Lehigh Valley’s Premier Active Adult Community. Located primarily in Upper Milford Township, the community is within walking distance of downtown Emmaus. Shopping, dining and recreation are within reach of this low-maintenance, convenient setting.

Our CUSTOM-i-ZABLE homes offer flexible floor plans to meet your changing needs. Entertaining your guests in style with modern layouts, open-concept living and gourmet kitchens to name a few. The homes you help design are big on amenities and customization capabilities, value priced so that you can have what you want and still afford life’s little luxuries.

You will be mesmerized by our three Fully-Decorated Model Homes, designed with you in mind. Each home showcases a different floor plan, allowing you the chance to decide for yourself what is most important to you and your new home!

If you are ready for less maintenance home, you can customize in a tranquil environment just steps away from enriching activities come to The Fields at Indian Creek. Enjoy more leisure time in a community crafted just for you. It’s your time.

To see our photo gallery of our beautiful model homes, click here.

Have You Heard?

Categories: Blog, News, Press | Posted: September 1, 2017

If you haven’t read the newspaper or seen this article on MCall.com, now is your chance. Not only will this development be monumental for Kay Builders, but for the entire region!

For six decades, Kay Builders Inc. has been an influential part of neighborhoods in Allentown and across the suburbs of the Lehigh Valley. In 1961, founder Dick Koze quickly established a reputation for excellence as an innovative new home builder in the Lehigh Valley among his peers and the three generations of satisfied homebuyers who enjoy a quality built, customized home or townhome. With twenty-nine communities to its credit, this innovative, award-winning builder is the choice of many who have come to call the Lehigh Valley home. Now owned and operated by son Rick Koze, this third generation builder uses the same skills and principles that made Kay Builders a home building success early on. Rick grew up in the construction business, earned an economics degree from Yale University and had a 20-year career in finance before taking the helm at Kay Builders in 2002. He brings with him the perspective of the contemporary home buyer along with business experience and acumen. Rick and the Kay team, with their years of work in the Lehigh Valley, know the best land and locations to build new single, townhome, twin and active adult communities.

As a family-owned and operated business, Kay Builders eliminates costly managerial layers between builder and customer. With a lower cost structure, we are able to deliver a customized home with many included features at a good price while using materials and building methods that exceed industry standards. You will receive personal assistance from senior members of the Kay Builders Team.

Flexible zoning in South Whitehall landed massive Kay Builders development

By: Sarah M. Wojcik
Contact Reporter of The Morning Call

When sketch plans for 810 singles, twins, town homes and apartments came across the desk of South Whitehall Township planners, it didn’t go unnoticed.

“I don’t think the township has ever seen anything like this on this scale,” said South Whitehall planner Gregg Adams. But the enormous Ridge Farm, proposed for 190 acres along Cedar Crest Boulevard between Walbert Avenue and Huckleberry Road, isn’t just big for South Whitehall.

It’s big for the entire region, according to Lehigh Valley Planning Commission Executive Director Becky Bradley. “That’s the type of scale of development you’d see in Las Vegas during the housing boom,” Bradley said. “It’s absolutely a big deal.”

Kay Builders has been a part of many big projects, but President Rick Koze said Ridge Farm, which would also include retail space, would be the company’s largest yet. The land was purchased through a competitive bid about 10 months ago after years of discussions with the landowner, according to Koze. Ridge Farm Partnership and Jeras Corp. were listed as the owners on a township legal notice with Kay Builders as the applicant.

“It’s one of the better locations in the whole area,” Koze said. “What we’re planning would ultimately be a very diverse offering.”

It’s the kind of walkable, mixed-use community that has been lauded by urban planners and said to be preferred by 56 percent of millennials and 46 percent of baby boomers, according to a 2016 report by the New York-based Regional Plan Association.

The only development in the Lehigh Valley underway of similar style and scale is Madison Farms in Bethlehem Township, which when finished will comprise 837 apartments, single-family and town homes — as well as ponds, walking trails, open space and a dog park. In addition, the development’s 153,000 square feet of retail space is already completed and occupied.

While the stellar school district and access to major Lehigh Valley highways make the site attractive, Koze said it was South Whitehall’s forward-thinking — and recently revamped — zoning rules that were the big seller. South Whitehall’s latest comprehensive plan permits zoning features and overlay districts that promote walkable communities as part of the township’s vision of village clusters.

Kay Builders’ plan, which was first floated before the South Whitehall Planning Commission in May, calls for a traditional neighborhood development residential cluster on about 129 acres and various subdivisions on the remaining 61 acres.

The cluster would consist of 189 single-family homes, 100 twins and 216 apartments in six three-story buildings. There would also be four four-story mixed-use buildings with 75,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space topped with 219 apartments. A community clubhouse and village plaza would fill out about 13 acres, leaving about 27 acres as common open space, according to the preliminary sketch plans.

The remaining parcels would include seven single-dwelling lots of at least 80,000 square feet a piece and six single-dwelling units on at least 1 acre each. A 25-acre section would be subdivided to make room for 72 twins and a single dwelling on lots of at least 8,400 square feet. Kay Builders seeks to rezone the remaining 6.9 acres for general commercial to include two buildings totaling 45,000 square feet.

The plan would require Kay Builders to win conditional use approval, partial rezoning and land development approval. But right now, Koze is only looking for guidance from the Planning Commission on whether it would be worth it to move forward with the idea and submit a more detailed plan.

Koze said he decided to give the ambitious and varied concept a shot because of South Whitehall’s recent zoning changes and vision.

“As a developer you don’t want to fight too many uphill battles,” Koze said. “The current zoning in a lot of townships doesn’t allow for the flexible mixed-use development. There’s few places where they’ve been forward thinking and they’ve allowed it. South Whitehall is one of them. That’s very attractive to a developer.”

‘Synchronicity’ in South Whitehall

Though approval is months, if not years, away and any construction in the Ridge Farm’s eight-phase plan is even further out, its location along the suburban Walbert Avenue corridor comes as other projects are moving forward. One of those, the 249-home Jaindl Land Co. and Toll Brothers project known as the Hills at Winchester, is on the cusp of construction.

Another potential project, this one by Pennsylvania Venture Capital, is near Ridge Farm on a portion of the Grandview Cemetery property at 2735 Walbert Ave. The developer is looking to pursue zoning change for the 8 acres west of the cemetery in the hopes of getting the green light for denser housing.

None of these projects will be finished simultaneously, but there’s no denying that the timing will keep South Whitehall staff busy. The last time South Whitehall doled out 100 permits for new housing was in 2006, according to township community development manager Gerald Harbison. These projects have the potential to bring back those large numbers.

“There’s kind of a synchronicity to these projects which has them all happening right now,” said Adams, the township planner.

Koze’s comments on the appeal of South Whitehall’s zoning laws tells township leaders their message is getting across, according to Matthew Mulqueen, a member of the South Whitehall Board of Commissioners.

“We want growth,” Mulqueen said. “We want people to do what they want with their land, but we want to make sure it’s smart growth, long-term growth.”

Township Commissioner President Christina Tori Morgan said it’s important for residents to realize the considerable behind-the-scenes work that goes into these projects to ensure they don’t create serious hardships for the community.

“These things take a lot of time. People get concerned that this can all go up overnight. That’s not going to happen,” Morgan said. “There is a lot of strategic thought in how you’re going to do this in a smart way.”

Traffic will be a chief concern. The area is just north of a heavily traveled section of Cedar Crest that includes the Target- and Weis-anchored Crest Plaza Shopping Center on the west side and office buildings on the east side. With PennDOT in charge of Walbert and Cedar Crest Boulevard, Harbison said the traffic studies will be comprehensive.

Koze said he’s nearly done with the preliminary required traffic studies and soil testing for stormwater management work — the two most serious hurdles to any project.

Morgan said the public, too, will have their say.

“We’ll definitely have meetings on this,” she said. “We want the public to be a part of it.”

Koze agreed that he’d want to hear from residents to see if there are any concerns he can address.


What: Mixed-use development of 810 singles, twins, town homes and apartments and 120,000-square feet of retail space proposed by Kay Builders.

Where: 190 acres along Cedar Crest Boulevard between Walbert Avenue and Huckleberry Road in South Whitehall.

Status: Sketch plan presented to get input from township Planning Commission

Homes are Blooming at Trio Fields

Categories: Blog, CUSTOM-i-ZABLE, News, Trio Fields | Posted: April 7, 2017

Spring is here and your fresh start awaits! Everything is blooming at Trio Fields. Trio Fields, located in Nazareth, PA features designer Townhomes and elegant, well-appointed  Singles.

Whether you are a first time home buyer or looking for a first floor master, Trio Fields is the community that encompasses it all!

Offering a wide range of CUSTOM-i-ZABLE floor plans, you are sure to find a home that meets your lifestyle, needs and desires. Trio Fields is a 110- acre community set along the countryside. The development is surrounded by lush trees, open sights and offers vivid views of the Blue Mountains. The serene atmosphere at Trio Fields is the perfect setting to relax and unwind.

Just minutes away from the community, you can enjoy modern conveniences such as shopping, dining and entertainment. Close to New Jersey, New York and the Lehigh Valley, visiting family and friends is now easier than ever! With connectivity to many of the major highways, you have the freedom to travel as you so choose.

Currently, Trio Fields has several Move-In Ready Homes for you to call your own! With incentives such as Included Basements, Savings up to $80,000 versus the competition, and flexible floor plans, there is no denying Trio Fields is the place to be.

Once complete, Trio Fields will feature 221 townhomes and 153 single family homes. Kay Builders takes pride in keeping with the area feel and focus on homes that are aesthetically sophisticated but varied in style so our communities have a distinct look and feel. To find out more about Trio Fields, visit us on the web.

We have a variety of townhomes ranging in size from 1,743-1,962. With attached garages and backyard decks, these options are sure to please. We also have available single homes: a first-floor master and/or ranch home and traditional style homes as well. With functional floor plans and stylized finishes, these Quick Delivery Homes will not last long!

To learn more about Trio Fields and our Quick Delivery inventory, click here or call our Sales Manages, Linda Minnich or Paul Dougherty to set up a tour at (610) 365-8746.


The Lehigh Valley’s Very Own Velodrome

Categories: Blog, News, Press | Posted: August 16, 2016

IMG_0010With the 2016 Summer Olympics in full swing, many Lehigh Valley dwellers are unaware of what is in their backyard. The Valley Preferred Cycling Center, better known as the Velodrome, is home to the ‘premier cycling series in North America’. A racing track for cyclists, unlike any other in the world, is located in the Lehigh Valley’s very own Trexlertown.

Throughout the year, the Valley Preferred Cycling Center hosts thousands of Olympian hopefuls as they train and perfect their sport. International cyclists included are among those who frequent the Velodrome to prepare for the Olympic Games.IMG_0015

Having just recently visited the Velodrome for the first time, it was truly an eye-opening experience into the world of competitive cycling. As we watched the youth training session take place, it was exciting and inspiring to see the passion in their eyes. Knowing that those competing in Rio at this very moment were once training on this concrete path, was probably a thought going through the minds of these children. Not only was it wonderful to witness, but the feeling you got as you entered the arena was like no other. Dreams are made here and you could get that sense immediately.

The Velodrome, also referred to as T-Town by avid cyclists, offers year round events. Whether you’re in the market to host a company-wide team building session, or looking to watch professionals train, there is always something to do! You can check out the their calendar of events here!

IMG_0018As a non-profit organization, this one-of-a-kind facility is reliant on local sponsorships and neighboring support. Kay Builders is proud to be one of those sponsors, allowing programs such as the Valley Preferred Cycling Center Junior Performance Academy to train our youth. We are honored and privileged to have such a highly-respected establishment located in the Valley and look forward to contributing to their efforts for years to come.

OSC: Online Sales Concierge

Categories: Blog, News | Posted: July 21, 2016

Amanda Schuler - Production / MarletingDid you know that Kay Builders has an Online Sales Concierge program? If you’re unfamiliar with this term, Online Sales Concierge or OSC, is a service provided to you, the customer, to assist in your search for a Dream Home. Whether you want to learn more about our company’s practices and history or you need assistance in choosing which community you’d like to visit and floor plan best fits your needs, our OSC, Amanda, is here to help!

Having the luxury of knowing someone will respond to your emails and phone calls in a timely fashion is our goal!

From the initial contact to the day you close, Amanda will lead you through the buying process and even put you in touch with our Preferred Lender, Steve at The Mortgage Company. If your looking at a Conventional Loan, FHA or VA loan, we can get you on the right track!

Amanda joined Kay Builders in 2014 as a key asset on the Production team. Working directly with sub-contractors, it is a part of Amanda’s duties to make sure homes are built to perfection. More recently, Amanda has shifted part of her time into assisting the Marketing Team. With a strong background in home sales, Amanda was elected to become the OSC because of her strong knowledge-base about Kay Builders and her dedication to selling homes.

You can learn more about Amanda on our The Kay Team page located on our website. You can also find useful information regarding all of our communities located in The Lehigh Valley.

Meet ‘Ask Amanda’, Our Online Concierge

Categories: Blog, News | Posted: April 14, 2016

Screen Shot 2016-04-14 at 3.02.11 PMInterested in learning more about our communities and the homes we build throughout the Lehigh Valley? Call Amanda! Have questions about building a New Construction Home and the process it takes from start to finish? Call Amanda! Our Online Concierge Program is here to help YOU!

Building a home from the ground up does not have to be a daunting task. In fact, it can be quite rewarding! We at Kay Builders have the staff in place to assist you every step of the way.

As a local, family owned business, Kay Builders is dedicated to making your experience as seamless as possible. From your initial call to the day of settlement, we want you to feel good about your decision to build with Kay Builders. With the Online Concierge Program set in place, you will be able to get your questions answered in a timely fashion. Not sure what you’re looking for and how to even begin? Amanda will be able to guide you and assist in getting the ball rolling.

About Amanda:

Amanda joined Kay Builders in 2013 as the Production and Marketing Coordinator. She is very involved in the home buyers process helping buyers select all their interior and exterior colors and options as well as an being a big part of the Marketing team organizing events and spreading the news about Kay Builders. Recently, Amanda has taken on the role of Online Concierge. Amanda is originally from Alabama and spent 3 years in the Army. After she served her country, she obtained her Real Estate License in 2004 and has been helping clients find their dream home since then. Being a part of the Marketing team is something new for Amanda and she is looking forward to learning more and helping grow the company!

To learn more about Kay Builders and their employees, log on to our website and Meet The Team!

We look forward to helping you build your Dream Home!



Kay Builders is proud to introduce The Fields at Indian Creek

Categories: Blog, Indian Creek, News | Posted: March 21, 2016

No Background IC LogoKay Builders is excited to unveil its newest community, The Fields at Indian Creek in Emmaus. Spots in this premier active adult community are going fast, and the builder only just started signing contracts. This brand-new 55+ development will feature 218 single homes; a luxurious 7,800 square foot clubhouse, several miles of walking trails along the Liebert Creek and 11 new customizable floor plans designed for active adult living.

Groundbreaking on this bucolic community was held Jan. 25, and future residents are already staking their claim.

“We are very excited about the overwhelming demand for this spectacular community and are looking forward to making everyone’s dreams come true,” says Brian McKendry, Kay’s vice president of sales and marketing.

Offering scenic vistas of South Mountain, this development will offer incredibly convenience access to amenities. Literally footsteps away, a walking path and footbridge will provide access to the shops on Chestnut Street. The Lehigh Valley Hospital, Camp Olympic Park and quaint downtown Emmaus are each just a mile away. The Fields at Indian Creek is unique because it is so close to everything, but is also one of the most picturesque properties in the area.

As work progresses on the property – which is being constructed on a former golf course – some trees will need to be removed. Owner Rick Koze says “We work as much as possible with the existing landscape…most developers will clear cut trees from the entire site; that’s never been our approach. Koze says Kay is focused on preserving as much of the property’s topography – including trees, natural resources and environmental elements – as possible.

In the spirit of that environmental stewardship, one of the trees the builders needed to remove was donated for the Emmaus Borough’s annual holiday celebration and was displayed in the center of the town.

This private enclave of single homes, which start at $290,000, has been described as “lavish”. The 7,800-square-foot clubhouse will serve as a hub for events and activities; outside amenities will include fire pits, a pool, a bocce court, pickle ball, dog parks, water fountains and a variety of hardscape-appointed outside lounge areas.

Inside the clubhouse is a large ballroom to host large events. It will also feature a state-of-the-art gym and aerobic exercise area, large fireplaces, an indoor lounge area and many private rooms for individual activities.

All of the floor plans were developed over the past year and include a mix of tried and true features, plus many new design features that have not yet been integrated into plans serving the active adult market. Buyers will have a choice of adding a basement or second floor and will have a choice between a walkout basement, daylight basement or slab on grade.

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Kay Builders is known for choice and flexibility, and these will be hallmarks of The Fields at Indian Creek. All floor plans are CUSTOM-i-ZABLE, meaning walls can be moved, kitchens redesigned, bathrooms added or deleted and more. Kay is also relaxing some of the restrictions that typically encumber active adult communities. Certain forms of gardening and landscaping will be permitted in backyards and residents will have more flexibility to add decks or patios.

The Fields at India Creek will features a lush landscape with mature trees, majestic views, 39 acres of open space, preserved areas and manmade trails for walking or biking plus a spacious activities clubhouse, where you can catch up with neighbors and meet new ones. When complete, benches and distance indicators will mark the trails satisfying both relaxation and fitness goals. Residents can also fly fish or enjoy the tranquil waters of Leibert Creek, which runs through the property. And for those who enjoy a challenging hike, the woodland trail in a small community just across the road takes you to Camp Olympic Park.

For six decades, Kay Builders has been an influential part of the Lehigh Valley homebuilding scene. With more than 35 communities to its credit and six active local communities, this Lehigh Valley-only builder is the choice of many who call the Lehigh Valley home.

Come visit The Fields at Indian Creek at the onsite sales center and see how this is truly a community like no other, or call 610-928-0555 for more information or to arrange an appointment.