Creating a Neighborhood Lifestyle

In Italian communities they refer to them as frazioni, in Hispanic communities they refer to them as barrios and in many English communities they refer to them as boroughs. However, across most of America we refer to them simply as neighborhoods. We begin with a blog series defining TRG Communities’ style. One of the invaluable ingredients in every TRG community is creating a neighborhood lifestyle.

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New phase underway in Verdmont

At TRG Communities, we are pleased to announce that Phase 5 is now under construction in Verdmont, one of the most celebrated Simpsonville communities with imaginative features, including a picturesque central park, traditional neighborhood design, farmer's market pavilion and a resort-style pool.  After increased demand, 17 new building opportunities will be available in the coming months. 

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Traditional Neighborhood Design

At TRG Communities we are always looking to design neighborhoods that are not just imaginative but are lifestyle-oriented, retain value, and leave a sustainable impact. At TRG Communities we are committed to using Traditional Neighborhood Design (TND), which is a set of planning principles that are...

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The Pocket Neighborhood

A concept that TRG has grown to be closely identified with is creating pocket neighborhoods. Defined by Ross Chapin, the leader of designing pocket neighborhoods across the US defines them as a “cohesive cluster of homes gathered around some kind of common ground within a larger surrounding neighborhood.”

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