Magnolia Walk is a 150 acre neo-traditional neighborhood built around a series of formal and informal gardens within the planned community of Tradition Hilton Head, SC. The gardens reflect the history and tradition of ornamental landscapes in the area, ranging in influence from stately plantation homesites to the familiar vernacular garden filled with heirloom plants from grandmother's garden.
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The Overlook at Battery Creek was awarded Professional Builder's 2008 Best in American Living Award for Best Community up to 150 Homes. The site was graced by a large number of existing mature live oak and pine trees. Working with the engineers, we were able to save 95% of these large caliper trees through thoughtful grading and alignment of roadways.
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Pinckney Retreat was awarded one of two state SC ASLA Honor Awards at the 2008 Tri-State Convention in Charleston, SC. The naural beauty of this long protected historic plantation site is extraordinary. Everywhere you turn there are majestic live oaks and magnolias draped with ancient Spanish Moss - a glimpse of forgotten times.
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Park Place Outreach, Inc. (YES - Youth Emergency Shelter) provides a temporary home for runaway and at-risk youth. It outgrew its original location and moved to a new and larger facility on East Henry St. The new shelter is an ambitious work which bridges old and new. The original wing of the shelter, a former single family home, was built in the early 20th century. A new, complementary wing more than doubles the space of the old home.
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Okatie Park, developed to meet this demand, provides a mix of single-family homes and townhouses in a traditional neighborhood design at prices within the range of ordinary working people’s budgets.
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Beneventum Plantation is a 190-acre master planned community of 165 lots nestled on 71 acres of high ground. The central feature of the community is the fully restored federalist style plantation home, c. 1740, amid towering live oaks and overlooking the cypress trees and old rice fields along the Black River near Georgetown, SC.
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Bluffton Tech Park was designed to create a central downtown development where people may comfortably live and work within an attractive urban space that promotes civic pride and a high quality of life.
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The Jasper House (HGTV Green Home) was awarded a LEED Gold rating. The landscape architects were selected to design the above-ground landscape according to LEED’s rigorous guidelines as well as the subsurface bioretention cells, drainage systems, and rain gardens for on-site, stormwater runoff treatment and conservation.
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Sandy Lane Condominiums was the first major project on Daufuskie Island in over a decade. The environmentally sensitive site features 150 to 200 year old pines, live oaks, critical salt marsh and beach dune areas as well as protected logger head sea turtle nesting areas and an active bald eagle nest.
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Tradition Avenue forms the backbone of the planned community of Tradition Hilton Head. It sets the tone for the experience of living within a natural landscape of parks and gardens where walking, bicycling, and golf are a part of daily life.
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Tradition Village Center will be the “heartbeat” of the entire community offering single family detached and attached housing, multi-family housing, commercial office space, retail space, fresh market, and a town hall for its residents.
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St. Gregory Playground, with all of the expected elements such as swings, play structures and a basketball court, eclipses what most would consider the standard playground by incorporating key environmental education elements. These include birdhouses, butterfl y houses, a composting area, a small vegetable garden and an interactive sundial.
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