One of the ways we are leaning into environmental responsibility is by rooting down into the earth to heat and cool the homes we are building. So how does it work, how does it benefit you, and what about those tax credits and incentives?
If it is true that "All politics is local", is it equally true that "Love is local" as well?
How do you make your home your own? The Inspired Home by Karen Lehrman Bloch is a fantastic resource and inspiration. Her encouragement: Don’t worry about what your home says about you, just think about what your home says and does to you. How can you make a space that inspires you?
Atlanta's favorite craft beer and wine store, Hop City, is combining with it's sister pub, Barleygarden, to form a one-of-a-kind destination right in the center of Pinewood Forest.
Could you thrive in 374 square feet? As we explore how to live better, we're inspired by Kasita, a company making smart micro units.
We are pleased to announce our first restaurant at Pinewood Forest—Braise. Chefs Tanya Jiminez and Michael Le will introduce a new concept built from their Filipino roots, experience in European and New American cuisine, and the southern traditions and ingredients of their new home.
Today’s groundbreaking was a flat out good time. Dan Cathy rode in on his bicycle, Jared, a stuntman/actor at the Studios led the crowd in some yoga, we were inspired by paralympian, Al Mead, eight time Mr. Olympian, Lee Haney, former Falcon’s offensive guard Garrett Reynolds, and as a fantastic surprise, Herschel Walker joined in the fun, too. Of course, our CEO, Rob Parker, and Piedmont Fayette’s, CEO, Michael Burnett also shared about the vision.
What an incredible year it has been for the teams at Pinewood Forest and Pinewood Atlanta Studios. While our colleagues at the studio have been busy setting the stage for fabulous storytelling, the Pinewood Forest team has been designing and building a truly remarkable community. Inspired by our Chief Visionary Dan T. Cathy, our designers, architects, and builders are delivering on the challenge to build a town like no other. Leveraging some of the world’s best practices in urban design, 40 homes are already rising-up from the red Georgia clay.