Trilith Development

Trilith is an award-winning 235-acre master-planned residential and mixed-use development located in Fayetteville, Georgia (south metro Atlanta). Adjacent to Trilith Studios and envisioned as a haven for storytellers and creatives, the new urbanist development is a contemporary walkable environment.

Inspired by Europe’s walkable and picturesque villages, Trilith adds a modern twist and Hollywood luxury to classical architecture to create a harmonious blend of functional and beautiful homes. From modern Nordic homes and Georgian London facades to fairy-tale cottages and Provencal micro villages, each home is crafted to be sustainable, timeless and stunning.

A Town for Creatives

Trilith is committed to the fundamental principles of new urbanism, a way of living that promotes a walkable neighborhood with proximity to all necessities for homeowners. Its closeness to a vibrant, fun, energetic film and television industry is reflected in home designs to encourage homeowners to thrive in an authentic community. People are hungry for personal connection, walkability to local businesses and a diverse area to thrive and grow.

Trilith Studios is the second-largest film and television studio in North America. The studios are an essential component of the neighborhood that was built with local creative professionals in mind. The dream was to create a community that adhered to the needs and wants of creatives and film industry professionals in the thriving Atlanta area known as the “Hollywood of the South”. This community creates a unique place for residents to “Live…Create…[and] Play.”

Green Community

The town of Trilith has committed 51% of its land to green, natural space. Each home is located on or adjacent to “pocket parks” which are small green areas for residents that offer an escape amongst the urban backdrop of metro Atlanta.

Green spaces within an urban center promote the well-being of homeowners and the importance of physical and mental health. The goal of this development is to be a space where homeowners can flourish and comfortably pursue their goals in an invigorating space. Green spaces are diverse spots for residents to relax, play, exercise and socialize.

There are several green amenities sprinkled throughout the community to offer Trilith residents a natural escape. Explore the local flora by hiking 15 miles of trails or taking a stroll along a boardwalk that passes through adjacent wetlands. Enjoy some physical activity by spending time at the basketball or tennis courts or bring the family to one of the many local playgrounds. A resort-style swimming pool is also available during those dogwood days of summer when the only thing on the mind is a relaxing, cool swim.

Green spaces are vital in urban communities and promote the health and well-being of residents, offering plentiful spaces to exercise, socialize and play. These incorporated green spaces adhere to the needs of homes of all shapes and sizes and add a sense of place to this beautiful community. Homeowners are encouraged to go out and explore their surrounding area and spend quality time both indoors and outdoors.

Additionally, each home harnesses geothermal energy, which allows the natural temperature of the earth’s crust to regulate the temperature of the homes and its water supply. Climate change and sustainable living are two leading components of the development and design of Trilith, and the community boasts 40 to 70% less energy use, speaking to the target audience of young, emerging creatives from all over the world.

Current Make-Up of the Town

To date, 200 homes have sold in this community, and there are 750 planned for development. Trilith is proud to offer various homes that fit the needs of a diverse and thriving populace.

Trilith has completed 50% of its commercial development and 25% of the residential development. The full build-out is expected within the next 36 to 60 months. Upon completion, the community will have 1,450 front doors leading to 750 homes, 600 multi-family dwellings and 300 hotel rooms.

Home varieties include:

  • Micro-homes priced from the $300,000s
  • Cottages starting at $529,000
  • Townhomes priced from the high $600,000s
  • Villages starting in the low $1 million range
  • Custom homes priced from $2 to 5 million.

Retail and Dining

Trilith includes local businesses, promoting a visionary way of living. This means prioritizing and incorporating shops and restaurants within the area that are one-of-a-kind and nourishing for innovative artists. The restaurants in the development offer various cuisines and styles to foster diversity and the new urbanist way of life.

Trilith Development

The development has 270,000 square feet of commercial and retail space, including chef-driven local restaurants, experiential retail, fitness and wellness, two hotels and a luxury cinema.

The Town Centre in Trilith currently has open retailers and restaurants with plans to open more in the future. For homeowners looking to explore one-of-a-kind restaurants in their new community, visit Honeysuckle Gelato or the Amici Italian Café. For those wanting to find a new spot to meet friends or have a date night, Hop City or the Barleygarden Kitchen and Craft Bar are perfect locations. Green p.s. is a great retailer to visit to add more greenery to your new home and The Piedmont Wellness Center has state-of-the-art equipment for those looking to crush their fitness goals.

Announced retailers coming soon to the community include Trilith Food Hall, Leyland Blue, Native Collective from the makers of Native Beauty Bar, The Skin Society, Sugarcoat, Premiere Hair Studio, Trilith Concierge by Edwin Jarvis, Woodstone Bakery & Café from the makers of Apple Butter Bakery, Braise, Archer Paper Goods, The Funky Shack and The Market.

Trilith is thrilled to announce that there has been an overwhelming response to this community with apartments and homes filling up quickly. The desire and eagerness to live in this neighborhood have already begun to foster the sanctuary Trilith intended.

The Trilith development team comprises of chief visionary and Chick-fil-A CEO Dan T. Cathy and Trilith president Rob Parker. Other project partners include commercial real estate development firm Pace Lynch Corporation, residential real estate firm Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties’ New Homes Division, town and residential planner Lew Oliver Inc., Piedmont Healthcare, multi-family developer Capstone, Nequette Architecture & Design, landscape design firm HGOR. The Builders Guild consists of premier home builders from the Atlanta area.

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Note: Trilith was formerly called Pinewood Forest and Trilith Studios was Pinewood Studios.

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