Midtown lawyer, Kinshasa K. Williams, recently became the proud owner of Brock Built’s Green House. The EarthCraft home had been open to the public for tours since completion in August 2008. When Williams closed on her new eco-friendly home not only did she purchase a new home, but it also resulted in a $225,000 donation to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Prior to buying the Green House, Williams lived in a condominium in Midtown. As a native of New Orleans, Williams was immediately drawn to the large porches and Craftsman style of the Green House. Interiors of the home include energy efficient appliances, plumbing, doors and windows as well as environmentally friendly plants. The beautiful exteriors include an herb garden, rain garden, outdoor fireplace, rain barrel and much more. Continue reading
You still have the opportunity to bid on the Brock Built Green House. By purchasing this green built new home in Atlanta, you will be able to have one original story to tell visitors. There is no other house in Atlanta that is quite as unique as the Brock Built Green House. This house represents many different local companies coming together for one great cause, and it utilizes many of the most up-to-date green building practices. Bidding began only a couple of weeks ago, and ends this Friday, October 3rd. Remember that you are not just buying a new home but making a tremendous donation to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. All of the proceeds from the Green House auction benefit CHOA, improving the healthcare for Atlanta’s youth. Of course, I would never recommend purchasing a house that you have not seen, so take advantage of the available tours. Continue reading
After many months of construction, The Green House if officially open for your viewing pleasure. A luxury new home built to be completely green, it is the collaborative project of many local businesses, and is open to the public on Wednesdays and Fridays from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., and also on Saturdays between 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Brock Built managed the project and, with the help of numerous Atlanta businesses, the community service project will soon be auctioned off to the highest bidder, with all proceeds benefiting Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. So be sure to take advantage of these viewing hours to see if this is a home you could see yourself living in. Many different green features have been incorporated into the green house, providing the lucky homeowner with lower utility bills and unique features not commonly found in other Atlanta new homes. Bidding will begin at $350,000 and the auction is set to take place online from September 17th to October 3rd. Continue reading
The Brock Built Green House is just about complete. We have some updated photos for your viewing pleasure. I think it’s time we take a minute to recall exactly what this extraordinary project represents.
First off, it represents many donated hours of labor and donated products. There is no way we can say thank you enough to all of the vendors that have helped make this charitable dream a reality. This one project really illustrates how the Atlanta community comes together to support a great cause, and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is one of the BEST causes around. Continue reading
Last Monday, June 16, North Georgia Brick started the brick stoop work for Brock Built’s Green House. The slab work was completed on June 11, and North Georgia Brick seized the opportunity to deliver their bricks and get to work. North Georgia Brick is approaching its 25th anniversary, and in that time the company has become one of the leading brick distributors in the United States! The primary service area is in metro Atlanta, and the company contributes its nation success and continued growth to their unwavering commitment to meeting the needs of the customer. For the Green House, North Georgia Brick donated their time and product to help construct this amazing community service product. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Brock Built cannot thank you enough for your contribution to this great cause that benefits the environment as well as one of Atlanta’s greatest non-profit organization. It’s not long now before this green built house is open for tours!
Plumbing installation has begun and is well underway at the Brock Built Green House. Thanks to Randal Lowe Enterprises, the homeowners of this extraordinary project will have an impeccable plumbing system that promotes green living. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is extremely thankful to Randal Lowe Enterprises for donating their time and expertise. It’s so great to see this amazing community service project come along so quickly and effectively. Atlanta homebuilding professionals have really come together together to make this home a reality. Great Job!
As you can see progress is taking huge strides forward in the development of the Green House. JAR Construction has generously donated their time and effort towards the completion of the Atlanta community service project. With the framing almost complete, you can really get a visual as to what the house is going to look like. This is going to be a fantastic home for a great family. Just look at the lot – the house backs up to beautiful wooded area, resulting in exquisite natural views.
If this looks like a home you can imagine yourself living in, remember that all of the proceeds from the purchase of this house benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Thank you JAR Construction for offering such a tremendous helping hand.
Atlanta’s most exciting green building project is one step closer to completion as Thomas Concrete and Blaine Aldridge have poured the foundation. Here at Green Built Blog, we love to give you construction updates on the Brock Built Green House because Atlanta is proud of these vendors and sponsors that are working so hard to raise money for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. We expect to see many milestones passed throughout these summer months as we work hard to keep the anticipated September completion date.
With the foundation done, we can move on to more fun and exciting construction phases, like putting up the frame. The upcoming construction will really help us be able to see the house come together and learn exactly what steps need to be taken to make a house environmentally-friendly. Hopefully many Atlanta homebuilders, and national homebuilders for that matter, will see that it is not too expensive to make green building choices when building new homes and that the advantages are limitless.