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Shea Homes Brings Active Lifestyle Community to Charlotte: "Carolina Ridge" is Now Trilogy Lake Norman

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Aug. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It's no surprise that Shea Homes has decided to bring its exclusive Trilogy Brand to Charlotte.

The nation's largest privately owned homebuilder has already achieved great success in the Queen City and is proud to announce that it will bring its Trilogy brand of active lifestyle communities to the Charlotte metro area with the opening of Trilogy Lake Norman.

Trilogy Lake Norman is part of a thriving national brand with 15 communities in seven states. These high-end resort lifestyle communities are designed for Baby Boomers seeking more than a neighborhood of homes. They are designed for those who want to enrich their lives, nourish their souls, feel great and have fun.

Trilogy Lake Norman is located just off Highway 73 in Lincoln County, near Denver, and will include up to 1,650 homes when complete. Formerly known as "Carolina Ridge," this land was the perfect location for Shea's first Trilogy community in the Carolinas.

"When choosing a new Trilogy location, we look for places that have a story, places that inspire. This property, outside of Charlotte, has both and it's going to help make Trilogy Lake Norman very special," says Jay Seymoure, Trilogy Lake Norman General Manager.

More than 1,500 people made the move to Trilogy communities in the last year alone for a total of more than 25,000 Trilogy homeowners nationwide. Just recently, over 20,000 home shoppers surveyed in the Lifestory Research Most Trusted Builders in America StudySM chose Trilogy by Shea Homes as the #1 Most Trusted Resort Community Builder.

Offering the same quality craftsmanship and customer service for which Shea has become known, Trilogy combines Shea's pristine reputation with an unparalleled lifestyle centered on exploration, freedom, wellness and connection. With high-end homes and a robust portfolio of amenities, Trilogy Lake Norman is positioned to become North Carolina's premier resort-style community.

The community is currently in the initial phases of the design process, which will include a full model home gallery planned to open in late summer of 2015. Trilogy will also be building a resort club that will be among the most exciting to open in the region. Stunning, resort-caliber clubs are one of Trilogy's hallmark community features, and Trilogy Lake Norman's club opening date will be announced in the coming months.

To learn more or join the community interest list, go to http://www.trilogylife.com or call (800) 685-6494.

About Trilogy Active Lifestyle Communities™
Trilogy communities are high-end resort communities offering a new choice in living for those looking for an exciting lifestyle that revolves around wellness, exploration and close personal connections. Trilogy has architecturally unique product designs and amenities that reflect the changing needs of homebuyers, including world-class clubs, state-of-the-art fitness facilities, trend-setting food and wine programs, a wide range of special interest clubs and a diverse range of recreation and education opportunities. Homeowners are members of the resort-style clubs at each Trilogy community, where they enjoy an active lifestyle which may include wine tasting, working out in state-of-the-art athletic clubs, yoga and Pilates, swimming, artistic classes, cooking classes in professional-grade demonstration kitchens and championship golf and tennis. Members may also benefit from delicious on-site dining with signature Good Life Cuisine™, connecting with the world at internet cafes and relaxing in full-service day spas, all amongst people who share a spirit of fun and exploration during this exciting stage of life. For two years in a row Trilogy has been named #1 most trusted resort community builder in the Lifestory Research Most Trusted Builders in America Study SM. More information about our resort communities  is available by visiting TrilogyLife.com or calling (800) 685-6494.

About Shea Homes
Shea Homes is one of the largest family-owned homebuilders in the nation. Founded in 1881, the JF Shea family of companies was involved in iconic American construction projects including the Golden Gate Bridge and Hoover Dam. Since its inception in 1968, Shea Homes as built more than 90,000 homes. Over the past several years, Shea Homes has been recognized as a leader in customer satisfaction with a reputation for design, quality and customer service. Shea Homes currently builds new homes in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, North Carolina, Texas, Virginia and Washington. For more information about Shea Homes and its communities, please visit TrilogyLife.com or call (877) 295-2815.

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