• Shiloh Sustainable Village is a mixed-use development comprised of single-family homes, made more accessible through our Eco-Mortgage™ and our grocery-anchored retail environment, TakeRoot™. The entire project is targeted toward the LOHAS Consumer.
  • Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) describes a $228.9 billion U.S. marketplace for goods and services focused on health, the environment, social justice, personal development and sustainable living.
  • The consumers attracted to this market have been collectively referred to as Cultural Creatives and represent a sizable group in this country. Approximately 30 percent of the adults in the U.S., or 50 million people, are currently considered LOHAS Consumers.


Architect of Record is : DM AIA

What Makes Shiloh Sustainable Village Clean, Green, and Sustainable

  • Entire Shiloh Development Project is conceived around Smart Growth Principles and LEED ® for Neighborhood Development.
  • Mixed use buildings all LEED ® certified
  • Diminished carbon emissions through:
  • Green building materials
  • Passive heating/cooling system
  • Self generation of 60% of electrical demand via Solar Power
  • Reduction of water consumption by 30% through low-flow fixtures, high-efficiency appliances and rainwater capture for irrigation
  • Over 450 trees planted (1 per resident vehicle)

TakeRoot™ the SDR Group Approach to Retail

SDR Group has developed TakeRoot™, a value added approach to the creation of Neighborhood Retail Environments, designed to integrate within our Sustainable Communities. Our Retail Environments are carefully created to ensure the retailers have every opportunity to succeed in their locations.

This includes:

  • Commercial tenants, anchored by a 10,000 sq. ft. grocer, represent an integrated portfolio of local and regional wineries and artisans, restaurateurs, fashion, health and wellness and financial services shops that create a one-stop destination for residents and tourists
  • A focus on local and regional merchants to support sustainable agriculture and business while minimizing carbon emissions from transportation of goods
  • LEED ® Certified construction
  • Selection of retailers who share our Triple Bottom Line Values


SDR Group is focused on providing solutions to assist in making its homes more affordable, linking savings from reduction in both energy and water use into our Eco-Mortgage™ that can allow homeowners greater opportunities to a purchase a home.

Phase I – Mixed – Use

  • 64,000 sq/ft of grocery-anchored retail targeting the LOHAS consumer and designed around our TakeRoot™ concept
  • 84 condominium homes located above retail
  • The homes are one and two bedroom units
  • Extra elevators provide easy access for seniors and disabled
  • Homes are affordable and accessible to first-time buyers and seniors alike
  • Each home is Energy Star™ rated and equipped with high efficiency appliances, low energy use lighting and healthy materials and finishes
  • LEED® for New Construction and LEED® for Shell and Core Certified

Phase II – Townhomes

  • 60 market rate town homes surrounding a landscaped park -called “Sundial Court” on a 3-acre parcel
  • All Homes are Energy Star™ rated and equipped with Smart Home™ technologies to monitor energy use and maintain ambient comfort
  • Town Homes feature amenities like Infotainment Hubs, including integrated wide-screen LCD monitor for in-home entertainment and Wi-Fi linked to home computer
  • Low energy use lighting together and healthy materials and finishes