5 Jan, 2018

First Homeowners Move into Babcock Ranch Community

“Babcock Ranch, the nation’s first solar city–years in the making–is celebrating a major milestone.”

We are very excited to announce that our first homeowners, Richard and Robin Kinley, moved into their new home on January 4, 2018! Take a look at recent story covered by WINK News about this historic day for Babcock Ranch. Click here to read the full story.

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  • Congratulations to the Kinley’s! How exciting! It must be surreal when everyone goes home each night and you are the only ones within Babcock Ranch! I love it! Thank you for being the first!

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