The battle against loneliness is worth fighting and we remain committed to creating both environments and programming that can make a difference.
The more connected our residents are to each other, the better outcomes we see as it relates to physical, mental, emotional development.
Like a great recipe that is both sweet and spicy, it doesn’t make sense until experience it.
In a town for creating, one of the primary raison d'etre is to create spaces for people to connect.
Pinewood Forest has great buildings and great spaces, but our people are the most amazing asset we have.
After a year of research, design and prototyping, our Pinewood Forest team finally zeroed in on a remarkable enhancement to our main entrance.
Pinewood Forest has teamed up with Atlanta Homes Magazine, Lew Oliver, Redwood Builders, and two handfuls of interior designers to bring you the freshest in home design and innovation. Tours will be open the next few weekends and proceeds benefit The Forest School.
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?