flourishing together

Harmony lies at the heart of historic Downtown Auburn, complementing its vision for sustainable growth and vitality in a thriving city center destination. The neighborhood is thoughtfully woven around the town’s developing heart and hub, blending the two seamlessly into one vibrant walkable community. Auburn was honored as a 2021 Visionary City by The Georgia Municipal Association and Georgia Trend magazine.

municipal complex

Providing an iconic gateway into the city center, Auburn’s new City Hall is a nod to history with its architecture designed to recreate the historic administrative building at the town’s original college, the Perry-Rainey Institute, constructed in 1892 and torn down in 1958. With more than 33,000 square feet to accommodate current and future city operations, the Municipal Complex will be home to Auburn’s city business offices, Court Services, Mayor and Council chambers and Police Department.

auburn elementary

Harmony’s youngest residents can find education and activities at Auburn Elementary School, just one block away.


The surviving structure of the original Perry-Rainey Center campus, the former girl’s dormitory building built in 1902, is now a newly renovated special events space where residents and visitors can appreciate the timelessly graceful architecture.

perry-rainey center

Downtown Auburn Georgia Points of Interest Map | Harmony Community | Kinglett Homes
Carrie Robinson is a native Chicagoan but has called Atlanta home for over five years. While her move south was initially just part of a work assignment, she quickly developed an authentic love for her new city, eventually embarking on a real estate career that has allowed her to 'become part of Atlanta in every way.' So much so that new development is now an expertise of hers.

Real estate can be an emotional process. Drawing upon over 15 years of experience in the beauty industry, where she mastered skills in client relationships, communication and negotiation, Carrie continually seeks to exceed her clients' expectations and desired results by identifying 'what moves them.'

For Carrie, the buying and selling process is more than a transaction: it's about sharing knowledge, delivering excellence and leaving her clients with great memories and a home they love.

Carrie attributes her success to her core values; she is committed to excellence in all of her work and believes in approaching all situations with an honest and ethical approach.

In her spare time, Carrie loves to discover the unique sides of Atlanta's vastly different neighborhoods, whether enjoying the fresh air from the Atlanta BeltLine trail in Midtown or experiencing new restaurants in surrounding suburbs.

Carrie is a member of the Atlanta REALTORS® Association, where she earned Top Producer status in 2019, 2020 and 2021. She is also a Certified Luxury Home Specialist and Pricing Strategist Advisor.

Lora Rush was born & raised in Knoxville, TN, but has lived in the Atlanta area for over 20 years. Lora had always worked in the fitness industry because she wanted to help change lives. Although “salesperson” didn’t quite fit her self-image, the need to support her two sons motivated her to get her real estate license and she quickly developed a passion for her new career path. In 2017, after getting her start in new construction, she was awarded OBIE “Salesperson of the Year” by the Greater Atlanta Homebuilder’s Association.
Lora combines a giving spirit with years of experience in new construction while striving to relate to her clients on a personal level. Former Sales Manager Kerry White says “Lora is one of the most compassionate people I’ve ever met. She goes over and beyond what’s required to make her clients happy.”
Lora says “Now I understand that real estate also has the power to change lives and that is what fulfills me.”
In her spare time, Lora loves working out, watching football and especially spending time with her boys. Connor resides in Atlanta and Carson attends the University of Tennessee.