What is a Thinfill Home?

A Thinfill (Thin Lot + Infill Construction) Home is the redevelopment a thin vacant infill lot into a contemporary new home. Thinfill Homes are designed to feature modern home amenities while complimenting existing surrounding neighborhood contexts.

ThinfillHomes.com is an Interactive Design Platform devoted to helping Homebuyers & Builders design, develop and build their own Thinfill Homes. Utilizing the site's Design Center, visitors can Pick a Thinfill Plan, Virtually Visit the Home, Select Selections, and Download Thinfill Design Documents of their own for use in bidding, financing, and construction of the home.

Why Consider a Thinfill Home?

Is a Thinfill Home right for you as a Homebuyer or your customers as a Builder? 

Here are 3 Reasons to Consider a Thinfill Home

  1. Think Thinfill because you want a Home Close to Everything: Designed specifically to accommodate the thin vacant infill lots most common in Streetcar Suburbs, Thinfill Homes are suited for locations minutes away from downtown job centers and steps away from local restaurants, shops, schools, churches and parks.
  2. Think Thinfill because you crave a Home Full of Contemporary Amenities:  With Open Floor Plans, Master Suites, Energy Efficient Construction, and Quality Finishes standard, Thinfill Homes cater to today's modern lifestyles while allowing for future flexibility as technology and households evolve over time.
  3. Think Thinfill because you desire New Home Construction that is Priced for Middle-Class Professionals: Utilizing the principles of elegant simplicity to reduce up-front costs by maximizing efficiencies of square footages, materials and building systems, Thinfill Homes are custom designed and proven to be affordable  for working class families and individuals (Not to mention the added long-term savings from lower utility bills and the real estate tax abatement programs often associated with new construction)

How to Get Started?

Visit the Thinfill Design Center by Clicking the Button Below to begin the process of Picking a Thinfill Plan, Virtually Visiting the Home, Selecting Selections, and Downloading Thinfill Design Documents of your own.