New Construction Projects

New Construction Projects



Louisville Development to Be Largest Geothermal Community in the U.S.

Google Streetview of Norton Commons.

News
February 19, 2015

A ground-source heat pump will be required in every unit.

The piazza design at La Vita at Orchard Hills

Brookfield Residential and architect SDK Atelier employed an innovative piazza
concept at La Vita at Orchard Hills where homes are clustered in groups of four
around shared motor courts. The courtyards also serve as community gathering spots.
Photos: Eric Figge

Features
February 06, 2015

At La Vita at Orchard Hills, Tuscan-style homes clustered around small piazzas bring a little Italian flavor to Orange County

Rendering for Landsea's first project in the U.S., a detached townhouse in the north of Mission Viejo in Orange County, California. Courtesy of Landsea Group Co. Ltd.

Rendering for Landsea's first project in the U.S., a detached townhouse in the north of Mission Viejo in Orange County, California. Courtesy of Landsea Group Co. Ltd.

News
August 19, 2014

One of China's premier green home builders, Landsea Group Co. Ltd., announced its plan to invest $1 billion in the U.S. housing market in the coming years.

News
August 06, 2014

K. Hovnanian's Four Seasons at Lakes of Cane Bay will be the newest neighborhood in Cane Bay Plantation and will feature an expansive lake system and waterfront properties.

News
May 13, 2014

Mixed single- and multi-family community is the first new development in Newark in 10-plus years.

Photo courtesy of Sandlin Homes

News
April 30, 2014

New master-planned residential community will offer homes from the $150,000s.

Photo courtesy of Taylor Morrison

News
April 17, 2014

Six floor plans will debut at the grand opening of master-planned golf community Castle Pines Village on April 26 and 27.

Photo courtesy of Woodside Homes

News
March 26, 2014

The 262 lots are located on the east side of Tulare, Calif., and will serve as a follow-up project to the builder’s adjacent Villapaseo community.

News
March 11, 2014

Forty-eight new workforce apartments will be available to low-income families in Mountain View, Calif.

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