The story behind Town Square - What was the inspiration for this community
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Lifelong friends, Caleb McCaleb and Scott Whipple, envisioned the idea of Town Square during one of their annual “guys ski trips”. During their time at Baylor University from 1980 to 1984, Caleb McCaleb and Scott Whipple were Alpha Tau Omega fraternity brothers and both were Entrepreneurship/Real Estate majors. The two quickly became close friends as they bonded over their individual entrepreneurial dreams and a future partnership of developing a historically inspired community.
Caleb pursued his dream of owning his own home building company while Scott founded his own outdoor mountain camp. The two friends have always been inspired by historical homes and felt like this timeless style would be the right fit for their new community. In addition, Scott wanted to bring in a personal touch to the neighborhood that would reflect his camp, “Ice House Lake” which is located at the entrance of Town Square. Ice House Lake is actually the name of the lake at his Mountain Camp near Lake Tahoe in California.
Town Square was voted Best New Neighborhood in Edmond last year and continues to be one of the most popular places for a family to call home.