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One of the truly great things about living in an Eichler neighborhood is the sense of community we find in so many of them. Easter egg hunts and pancake breakfasts, holiday tree lighting and cookie decorating parties, community BBQs and luaus, neighborhood-wide garage sales, wine-tasting celebrations, and outdoor music events happen year round in Eichler communities, creating fun and memories for residents young and old.

One such celebration is the 4th of July blowout hosted by Palo Alto’s Greenmeadow Eichler neighborhood. This year the public is invited and rumor has it that the mayor will be there as well. The day kicks off with a kids’ triathlon and continues with 1K and 5K footraces. Events will also include a parade, field events, and

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Sixty years have passed and Joseph Eichler’s Greenmeadow neighborhood in Palo Alto is still going strong and, in fact, recently celebrated it’s birthday in the community-oriented style that Joseph Eichler envisioned for his developments.  Keeping with a Hawaiian luau theme, residents enjoyed a day of fun, food, and hula.

Palo Alto’s Greenmeadow is an Eichler development of 270 homes that were built in three stages, with the first two constructed in 1954 and ’55.  It was one of Eichler’s first efforts to attract a more upscale market and features larger 4-bedroom homes with six different floor plans, all designed by Jones & Emmons.  The Greenmeadow neighborhood centers around a community center and park that is the hub of social activity – and was the

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