New Construction Projects

New Construction Projects



Features
September 01, 2000

Some are old and some are just beginning, but no matter what stage they’re at, the communities, the builders and the developers profiled here are the ones writing a new set of rules for residential development.

Features
August 31, 2000

Rising Ownership Rates Fuel Call For 'Smart Growth'

Features
August 01, 2000

Multifamily builders across the country have reason to celebrate.

Features
June 16, 2000

Courts of law are places that builders would rather avoid.

Features
June 14, 2000

Crucial legislation making its way through Congress this spring could go a long way toward knocking down the barriers to affordable housing in this country.

Features
May 15, 2000

An increasing demand for new homes in America’s cities has had a similar impact on land prices in urban areas - they’ve increased significantly and show few signs of abating anytime soon.

Features
March 29, 2000

What is more fearsome to home builders than a prodigious wood-eater like the Formosan termite... the bugs or a law written to curb their spread? Louisiana builders, until recently, would have pointed to the law.

Features
February 06, 2000

Miami architect (and traditional neigh-borhood development pioneer) Andres Duany believes TND is the cure for the epidemic of anti-growth political move-ments now sweeping across America’s most vibrant housing markets.

Features
January 21, 2000

Miami architect (and traditional neigh-borhood development pioneer) Andres Duany believes TND is the cure for the epidemic of anti-growth political move-ments now sweeping across America’s most vibrant housing markets.

Features
January 01, 2000

Although the pace of growth and traffic congestion in their communities concern Americans, they prefer accommodating growth by expanding and improving infrastructure such as roads and schools rather than limiting it through regulation.

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