Thirty (30) acres of natural woodland with hiking trails along Bolin Creek are permanently set aside as a nature preserve to provide habitat for animals and protect the creek. In the 60 acres of UNC- CH land adjacent to Winmore, an additional 24 acres along the creek are set aside. Winmore emphasizes economic, social and age diversity, as well as more affordable housing. Around 15 percent of the units will be permanent affordable housing, and the others will range from $132,000 up.
Trinity Heights is an infill project adjacent to Duke University's East Campus that turned a blighted area into one of the most popular neighborhoods for Duke faculty and staff.
This project has won several awards: In 2000, it won the Historic Preservation Society of Durham's George and Mary Pyne Historic Preservation Award and the Davidson model house at 806 Onslow Street won a Gold Medal from the local Durham Orange Home Builders Association's Fall 2000 Parade of Homes; In 2003 it won Durham City-County Appearance Commission's Golden Leaf Award.