The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
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Many builders have little choice but to look farther and farther out into the suburbs, where the prices need to be highly competitive to entice enough buyers
Located in Wheat Ridge, Colo., a close-in Denver suburb, Thrive Home Builders’ Perrin’s Row is attracting mostly Millennials who like its walkability and excellent school district.
Projects of 50 units or less offer an opportunity for small- and medium-size builders to get a leg up on the nationals.
A study found that 42 percent of growth in renters over the past decade came from the 55 and older demographic
The courtyard facilities at Perris Station are intended for socializing, exercising, and outdoor cooking.
Five trends show how universal design is reaching beyond mobility to embrace walkability, wellness, and community connections
Construction of One Rincon Hill in San Francisco, 2006. Photo: Armin van Buuren, Wikimedia Commons
The Wall Street Journal argues that the lack of condos, which can serve as entry-level housing, is a missed opportunity in the housing recovery
Construction of multifamily rental units are highest since 1987
Renting to Millennials provided MBK Homes perspective on what matters for this buyer group when the time comes to buy a house