Town at Trilith, an award-winning community located adjacent to Trilith Studios, announces its Aurora Collection of sustainable-driven homes fused with energy-saving technology. This collection features 14 unique homes designed to celebrate nature with ample natural light, resource-efficient design and landscaping, and architecture that points primary living spaces to sequestered outdoor realms.
The Aurora Collection is masterminded by the award-winning Trilith Development team, town planner and residential designer Lew Oliver, and builder 1023 Construction. Starting in the high $900,000s, aspiring homeowners will be able to purchase an Aurora home from the newest collection this spring. The Aurora Collection is Trilith’s most efficient homes designed to date, and it reflects their commitment to environmental sustainability. The green-built homes offer net-neutral features, and they save homeowners more than 70% in energy costs every month compared to similar homes in Atlanta.
Each Aurora home offers net-neutral features, including complete electrification, geothermal power, smart battery-operated packages, and energy-saving appliances. These features boost Trilith’s commitment to sustainability, and the green-built homes will save homeowners more than 70% in energy costs every month compared to similar homes in Atlanta.
Rob Parker, Trilith’s President, said that Aurora is an example of their team’s doubling down on their commitment to environmental sustainability. Brett Baker, director of residential construction at Trilith, said that they hold each home to a high standard of sustainability and craftsmanship to give residents a better living space.
The Aurora Collection features 14 homes built with stucco, wood, and metal facades, consisting of three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Interiors orient toward private courtyards, offering a futuristic take on courtyard living, perfect for homeowners looking to maximize leisure and comfort and enjoy an abundance of natural light.
Trilith is a 235-acre master-planned residential and mixed-use project located in south metro Atlanta, Georgia, adjacent to Trilith Studios. Envisioned as a gathering place for creatives, artists, storytellers, and makers, this European-inspired community will include 750 single-family homes, 600 multi-family lofts, 300 hotel rooms, and 270,000 square feet of remarkable restaurants, retail, office, and commercial space.
The residential neighborhoods at Trilith comprise the largest geothermal community in the United States, with 51% of the development dedicated to green space that is currently home to more than 1,000 trees. Upon completion, residents will have access to 15 miles of nature trails, 54 acres of forest, 19 superbly landscaped parks, and one of the most sophisticated and welcoming dog parks in the world.
Trilith’s Town Centre features 180 Pure Home, Amici Italian Café, Archer Paper Goods, Barleygarden Kitchen and Craft Bar, Curator, ENZO Italian Steakhouse, Green p.s., Honeysuckle Gelato, Hop City, Leyland Blue, Native Collective, Nourish + Bloom Market, Pet Wants, Piedmont Wellness Center, Roam, SENSU Sushi Restaurant & Bar, The Concierge by Edwin Jarvis, The Funky Shack, The Skin Society, Thumbs Up Diner, and Woodstone Bakery & Café. The town is also home to The Forest School, a K-12 micro school with a story arts focus and learner-driven technology.
Trilith is a vibrant and sustainable community located in south metro Atlanta, Georgia that aims to provide its residents with a better living space and access to various amenities and green spaces. For more information on Trilith, visit www.trilith.com.