Twenty-five years ago, a group of Orange County, Calif., BIA members launched a program to help address the problem of homelessness in their midst.
Creating attractive, marketable homes for lots with tight setbacks is a matter of give and take among the builder, the architect, the neighbors, and city zoning and planning authorities.
With flat, level lots in ever-decreasing supply, it behooves builders to become more creative with hillside sites.
National Kitchen & Bath Association offers a trip to Spain to the the winner of its first-ever Professional of the Year challenge.
What do boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y have in common? Their top priority, in terms of amenities, is a grocery store close to their new home.
LocalConstruct is pushing the boundaries of Los Angeles’ Small Lot Subdivision Ordinance to bring more thoughtfully designed housing to the desirable Echo Park neighborhood.
For decades California’s Monterey Peninsula was home to Fort Ord Army Base, a massive facility that trained millions of soldiers.
The best community design reflects buyers’ desire for connection.
By stirring the senses of your homebuyers, you’ll leave them with a powerful memory. Here are some unforgettable elevations, rooms, and details.
When the design combines an efficient use of space with attention to detail, finish, and quality, a home of 2,000 square feet or less doesn’t feel small at all.
Oakhurst 432 is a five-story condominium building with a warm, contemporary design that combines vertical setbacks and horizontal, linear elements. Photos: Etco Homes
Oakhurst 432 is filling a void in Beverly Hills, Calif., with new for-sale condominiums for the top of the luxury market.