Wilson Architects

Based in the Kenilworth neighborhood of Asheville, Wilson Architects, Inc. is dedicated to providing high quality, well-designed, sustainable projects that are beautiful, comfortable, and functional. The team’s holistic approach to architecture results in homes that are both green and affordable.

Equinox Environmental

A consulting, planning, and landscape and site design firm based in Asheville, Equinox focuses on conservation, sustainability, and environmentally responsible land development projects throughout the Southeast. Equinox partners with landowners, developers, businesses, government agencies, schools, and more to balance development and conservation of natural resources.  

JAG Construction

A local leader in green building, JAG Construction is committed to building quality-crafted, green homes in Asheville and the surrounding areas, employing materials and practices that promote more sustainable indoor environments, outdoor environments, and communities. Every JAG-built home has been certified through Green Built North Carolina, a voluntary, statewide green building program administered by the Western North Carolina Green Building Council.


Mosaic Community Lifestyle Realty

Mosaic Realty is a professional, full-time, real estate brokerage firm specializing in urban, historic, and green/sustainable homes in Asheville. Owner and broker Mike Figura settled in Asheville for the lifestyle it affords and has been selling real estate in the area for a decade. Mosaic is rooted in the Asheville community it serves and is committed to giving back through its volunteer and donation program, Mosaic Realty Gives.

East West Capital

East West Capital is a real estate private equity investment firm with a focus on acquiring, repositioning, and managing value-add projects in the U.S. East West focuses on driving successful residential and commercial projects in urban areas and in the path of development. The firm’s work in West Asheville places a priority on balancing the environmental, community, and economic realities of urban in-fill development.