new year’s resolutions – create your vision

December 31, 2017

“Action without vision is only passing time, vision without action is merely day dreaming, but vision with action can change the world. -Nelson Mandela With the turn of a new year, we’re programmed to treat this holiday as a transitional period to weed out bad habits from the past few months, act on plans we’ve been procrastinating on, or to move forward with that new hobby you’ve been talking about… [Read More…]

i-140 wilmington bypass officially opens!

December 29, 2017

The long-awaited I-140 Wilmington Bypass has officially opened to traffic as of Tuesday, December 19. After 17 years in the making, a ribbon cutting ceremony on December 15th marked the completion of the $411 million highway. For Brunswick County residents, the completion of this final segment has been much anticipated. This new stretch of highway runs from the Highway 17/421 interchange near New Hanover County to U.S. 74-76 in Brunswick… [Read More…]

farmhouse, coastal cottage, traditional, floridian-style — we have it all!

December 28, 2017

Whether you’re searching for a traditional, farmhouse, coastal cottage or Floridian-style home, Brunswick Forest has you covered with a wide array of different architecturally-styled neighborhoods.  Come for a visit, we are certain we will have a home you love…plus, pair it with an unmatched lifestyle full of first-class amenities to enjoy day in and day out. If it’s a traditional home, you’re on the hunt for…you must see the stately… [Read More…]

logan homes, building better since 1986

December 27, 2017

Logan Homes and Brunswick Forest equal a WINNING COMBINATION!!  This Brunswick Forest Preferred Builder Team member has been building better along the southeastern Carolina Coast since 1986.  Founder, D Logan, believes in constructing quality, luxury homes filled with value and making the process as easy as 1, 2, 3. From contemporary to classic designs, they use cutting edge technologies, streamlined processes, attention to detail and personalized touches to exceed their… [Read More…]

pro tips from cape fear national — how to properly repair a ball mark

December 26, 2017

If you’re headed out on the course, one of the most important things of golf course etiquette you could know is how to properly repair a ball mark.  A properly repaired ball mark only takes 3-5 days to heal whereas a improperly repaired ball mark can take 3-5 weeks to heal.  Watch as Cape Fear National, Superintendent, Paul Hughes, walks you through an approved technique of how to repair a… [Read More…]