Every Family Has Its Traditions
In the Kent family, it's a tradition of homebuilding excellence spanning three generations and nearly 60 years. The tradition began with Gregg P. Kent, a Chicago builder and developer who moved to Los Angeles in the 1940s to become a building inspector for the City of Los Angeles. By 1947, he and his wife Peggy had formed the Gregg P. Kent Corporation, which made its name building homes in the San Gabriel Valley and surrounding areas.
The six Kent children grew up in the trade as the family's homebuilding operation thrived, with the boys going out into the field and the girls working in the office. By the time Gregg P. Kent retired in the late 1970s, all of his adult children were active in some aspect of the homebuilding industry.
Two members of the family's second generation, Mike Kent and Kitty Garvey, founded Crestwood Communities in 1978, continuing their father's legacy of homebuilding pride and integrity. They were soon joined by the first of several third-generation Kents and Garveys, who have also become part of the family tradition. Now some 30 years later, Crestwood continues to build quality single-family homes that blend innovative design, stylish architecture and preferred amenities to enhance each carefully selected community setting.
Building primarily in the Inland Empire, Crestwood Communities demonstrates an unwavering commitment to providing construction excellence and attentive customer service. So you can purchase a new home with confidence, knowing that Crestwood is continually striving to meet your highest expectations today and ensure lasting value for generations to come.
Three Generations Of Our Family Building Homes
For Your Family
Back L-R: Mike Kent and Michael Garvey
Front L-R: Kathleen Garvey and Diane Kent