Array

Sustainable
Living

Peaceful. Healthy.

Energy Efficient.

North Carolina’s First 100% Net-Zero Energy Neighborhood

We are proud to introduce Array, a 12-lot neighborhood located on 60 picturesque acres in Orange County that will be North Carolina’s first 100% net-zero energy residential community. Array is located along Orange Grove Road just 10 minutes west of downtown Carrboro and Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Today, homes can be built to very high energy efficiency and indoor air quality standards. Homeowners building these homes are doing their part for the environment. According to the US Department of Energy, buildings consume 40% of the nation’s energy and 25% of the nation’s fresh water. New buildings, if designed to the right standards, can take care of their own resource needs thereby helping the environment and reducing their carbon footprint.

Build in Array and live in the home of your dreams designed to meet the highest energy efficiency and indoor air quality standards while enjoying the beautiful natural environment. Array’s 12 lots are designed to make maximum use of the sun with a north-south orientation and the neighborhood’s layout with significant open space and wonderful amenities are meant to foster a sense of community.

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Community Overview

Location

Orange Grove Road
(just past Fern Creek Lane)

Bring Your Dream to Life

Array will have beautiful, custom-designed, high-performance, single-family homes created and built by some of the Triangle area’s best and most experienced “green” architects and builders. Array will embrace all the principles of sustainable design, development, and construction from passive-house energy efficiency to PV solar arrays specifically sized for each energy-efficient home.

Tzu Chen Photography ©

Taking lot reservations

If you’re dreaming of a new home… in a beautiful setting… that is as restorative to the environment as it will be to your life as an Array resident, consider these words from the celebrated Alabama architect, Samuel Mockbee (1944-2001):

"When we build sustainably, we build shelters for the soul as well as houses for our bodies."

Ready to Build Your Retreat?

Reach out to Jodi Bakst to learn more, schedule a tour, or add your name to the interest list!

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