A Brief History of Southcliffe
Local Tri-Cities developers, Milo Bauder and Robert Young, began purchasing land in the SouthCliffe area over 20 years ago. Although inaccessible at the time, the developers knew that in time the beautiful views and central location of their property would make a wonderful subdivision.
Their dream came into focus in 2006 with the development of Kennewick's Southridge comprehensive plan that provided zoning, infrastructure, and other benefits that finally made development of their property possible.
Bauder and Young's SouthCliffe development includes 400 pre-platted lots and 70 acres of commercial and retail land, and is now part of the growing Kennewick Southridge area that includes one of the region's largest hospitals, Trios Southridge Hospital, new Kennewick School District schools, including Southridge High School, Desert Hills Middle School, Ridge View Elementary, and Southgate Elementary, along with numerous other hotels, restaurants and shopping. With the completion of the Bob Olson Parkway, the Southridge area is now a central artery connecting it to the rest of the Tri-Cities via HWY 395, Steptoe Street, and connected to the rest of the Pacific Northwest via Interstate I82.
The SouthCliffe residential development was initiated in 2012, and consisted of a focus on extraordinary view lots, a family focused neighborhood environment, and world class energy efficiency through the use of novel energy saving techniques available to each home owner.
SouthCliffe has teamed up with the finest builders in the Tri-Cities to ensure world class architecture and building quality, thus insuring that SouthCliffe remains the finest subdivision in Kennewick, if not all of eastern Washington. Please call Terri Hash at 509-438-6066 or Nick Wright at 509-845-9411 to learn more about this beautiful subdivision or to schedule a tour and meet with our builders.