What makes a
healthy community?

We cultivate healthy spaces that inspire people to connect with neighbors and nature.

Building healthy places means that we consider not just the qualities of buildings, but the connectedness of the neighborhoods surrounding them. Everyone values health, and whether we are aware of it or not, people are drawn to communities that are designed with health in mind. A walkable neighborhood with a unique sense of place just feels better. It’s this feeling that we aim to capture in each of our projects.

Our mission is to build healthy places and connect neighbors through exceptional real estate development and property management. The cornerstones of our approach are Building Better, Moving Together, Embracing Nature, and Sharing Food.

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Building Healthy Communities

From finding the perfect building site to handing a tenant her keys, our integrated approach to development and operations ensures that our values carry over from design into practice.  We bring these same values and efficiencies to the properties that we manage for third-party owners.

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Building Healthy Communities

From finding the perfect building site to handing a tenant her keys, our integrated approach to development and operations ensures that our values carry over from design into practice.  We bring these same values and efficiencies to the properties that we manage for third-party owners.

By the Numbers

1.2M

Sqft of LEED certified space

109

Acres placed in permanent conservation

21.3

tons of materials recycled at our multifamily communities last year

2832

Units developed on bike trails

Stories

495 Prairie - Apartments & Shops

495 Prairie

New one bedroom apartments in a vibrant neighborhood with local shops and restaurants, right off the Razorback Greenway!

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Bringing the Beach

“This is a place where people can hang out and get away from everyday life.  People love what we’ve created, and it’s the most amazing feeling.”

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Sharing Markham Hill

It’s in the middle of Fayetteville, but many people aren’t aware of Markham Hill. We’d like to change that.

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Indoor Air Quality Pledge

We strive to support the health of our team and the people who live in our communities by doing our part to protect indoor air quality.

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Moving Together Challenge

To encourage team members and residents to be active, we will help with registration fees for a race, ride or run. Grab a training buddy and challenge yourself!

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One Year, One Bag of Trash

Julia Sampson, a neighbor at Willow Park Apartments, is a cornerstone of sustainability in Northwest Arkansas.

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