Tour the Sustainable Home of the Future




To kick off the inaugural NorthPark Home & Garden Show, Spring at the Park, the TreeHouse Home Improvement Store will display its prefabricated Home of the Future, featuring some the leading eco-friendly and sustainable materials and products, at NorthPark Center beginning April 1 and through May 31. TreeHouse will open its first Dallas location at The Hill on June 1.

Spring at the Park incorporates native and adaptive landscaping, using a variety of locally sourced plants species that are drought-tolerant and naturally adapted to local climates. NorthPark selected TreeHouse for its commitment to the community and environment, and its ability to raise awareness of environmental conservation to the NorthPark patrons.

TreeHouse believes that all homes should be sustainable, beautiful and healthy. It brings progressive products, great design, human-centered services and leading-edge technology together under one roof.

Location: NorthPark Center,  8687 N. Central Expy., Dallas.

 

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