Our project approach is centered on a social mission of improving community and sustainability through sustainable building and living, leveraging social media and technology, and respecting and abiding by the triple bottom line. This is all accomplished through an organic approach rather than an authoritative, “We will tell you what you want” mentality.
It is apparent that the current approach to real estate and the built environment is not sustainable. The current trend of suburban sprawl cannot be continued indefinitely. Through a combination of redeveloping our underutilized “Boutique Neighborhoods” and a more diverse development approach in our suburban communities, we have the opportunity to move in a new direction. Attributes these communities have such as: location, existing infrastructure, higher density, proximity to transit, attractive public space, and planning on a more human scale, can be utilized to recreate these neighborhoods as an example of sustainable, environmentally-friendly communities where people can create, live, and prosper.
With sustainable redevelopment in mind, GroundStone focuses on improving communities and caters to the needs of the surrounding residents. But when the construction is done, the job is not. It is just beginning.