Town at Trilith

Fayetteville, Georgia

The Town at Trilith is an art-inspired, walkable community designed for those in the film and creative industries in partnership with Trilith Studios just south of Atlanta, Georgia.

This large-scale project is being completed in phases, with the initial phase focuses on single family homes, micro-villages, and the Town Center. Nequette’s contributions are concentrated in the Town Center, including 263 residential units, clubhouse, one-story above-grade parking deck, and 35k square feet of retail space in eight buildings across three city blocks. The retail space designs consist of the exterior architecture and interiors of Barleygarden Kitchen and Craft Bar and Honeysuckle Gelato, the retail shell of Amici Pizza, and the storefront designs along Trilith Parkway. Many storefronts feature unique mural artwork to highlight the town’s connection to the arts and create an engaging streetscape that unifies the interior and exterior spaces.

The Central Plaza, located at the edge of the Town Center, was a joint effort between Nequette, HGOR landscape architects, and Atlanta-based artist William Massey. Massey’s massive metalworks sculpture creates a covered stage area for community gatherings, including concerts, movies on the lawn, and more.

The next phase of the project will include 353 additional residential units above 20k SF of retail space on one city block, plus an 8-level parking deck. The conditioned-corridors of the residential buildings will face an interior courtyard and new amenity spaces.

The Town at Trilith offers residents, commuter employees – as well as actors, producers, musicians, and more who travel to Trilith Studios – a place with all the necessities, conveniences, and entertainment to live a full life only steps away from home or work. And as such, the Town at Trilith exemplifies our firm’s commitment to creating holistic, thoughtful communities designed to bring people together and tell a story for generations to come.

Project Type

Collaborative Communities, Mixed-Use

Year Built