Locals Supporting Locals

Supporting Our Local Business Community

Supporting local has never been more important. We embrace this important value to our core. As the only local new construction business in our region we aim to plug into our community every way we can to elevate our neighbors and friends and keep our local business community thriving. We are proud to partner with a number of PNW-based businesses and feature our community by giving a shout-out to some of our friends.


Chef John Howie Restaurants

Chef John Howie has built one of the most recognized culinary brands in the Pacific Northwest and his excellence is unmatched. He started his first restaurant opening in 2002 with the Seastar Restaurant and Raw Bar, now joined by John Howie Steak, SPORT Restaurant & Bar, Beardslee Public House & Brewery, and most recently Wildwood Spirits Company in 2015. In a partnership with us at Conner Homes, Chef John Howie has developed a signature kitchen in the Heron project in Kirkland. Learn more here. Watch him cook some of his classic steaks and sides with Charlie Conner and bookmark these recipes for a great meal in.


Patrick’s Bakery and Café 
Seattle, WA

All menu items are made fresh daily, and they source as many local products for the bakery as possible, working with Fidalgo Bay Espresso, Meat The Live Butcher, and more! Enjoy one of their delectable Blueberry Scones, the famous Cinnamon Roll, or take home a slice of tropical cake. Your taste buds will thank you.


Oak and Fig Floral
Buckley, WA

Everyone needs beautiful flowers. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion, planning a wedding, or just for fun. This family-owned and operated floral design company, with storefront located in historic downdown Buckley creates beautiful arrangements that are perfect for your special someone.


Walley’s Drive In
Buckley, WA

A classic family drive-in fixture with a simple menu of burgers, hot dogs, shakes & fish ’n’ chips. Service options include outdoor seating, curbside pickup, and takeout in downtown Buckley.