Richmond Hill, GA— Heartwood, Richmond Hill’s newest mixed-use development, is beginning to take full shape off Exit 82 on I-95. Today, they released invitations to two Spring events to be hosted on The Green, their 1-acre entertainment lawn located at The Outfitters on Great Ogeechee Parkway with ideas for more events to be added in the future!

You are invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket and join the team for their first Movie on the Green on March 11 at 6pm and their first Live After Five event on April 1 from 5-7pm. “We will be showing Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory on a big screen under the stars for the first event and enjoying live music by local artist Jarrod White for the second event. We’ve invited food trucks to post up at our food truck courtyard for guests to enjoy,” says Bill Cunningham, VP of Real Estate for Radiant Places, the community’s developer. “These events are intended to give Richmond Hill residents a little taste of the lifestyle at Heartwood!”

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Imagined as the new part of a historic town, inspired by the beauty and durability of the forests, Heartwood is a new community in Richmond Hill, Georgia. Heartwood at Richmond Hill offers a lifestyle that will span the generational needs of people and the ever-evolving needs of business. Whether you are growing a family, growing an entrepreneurial dream, expanding your business footprint, or just looking to mature somewhere that has it all, Heartwood is a place to live, work, and play in one location. Heartwood is being developed by Raydient Places, a taxable subsidiary of Rayonier Inc., a real estate investment trust. To learn more about Heartwood, visit or email


Raydient masterplans, develops, builds, markets and sells “places and properties” ranging from multi-use communities and industrial parks to rural homesteads and recreational lands. Raydient is a taxable subsidiary of Rayonier (NYSE:RYN), a leading timberland real estate investment trust with assets located in some of the most productive timber growing regions in the U.S. and New Zealand. When the real estate market demands a higher and better use for a property, our team steps in to transition that timberland for its future purpose. Get to know us at