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Smaller-scale infill designs are not just for well-established urban areas anymore.
Comstock Homes of Washington, LC announced the opening of its latest community. Located at 6000 New Hampshire Ave., The Hampshires is a community of 111 single-family homes and town homes in the Lamond-Riggs neighborhood in Northeast Washington, D.C.
Shuttered Florida development gets new life as mega-green rental community
Seabourn Cove in Boynton Beach, Fla., is on pace to become the largest NGBS gold-level multi-family community in the nation.
Architects and designers present their best design ideas for jump-starting home building
In smaller homes, a typical great room can become uncomfortably tight. The One-and-One Great Room by Dale Patton of Danielian Associates not only feels large, it lives large.
Jeff Larsen of MVE & Partners presents a rowhouse concept with an interlocking or keyed garage configuration that achieves higher densities than conventional rear-loaded rowhouses.
Trumark Homes, townhomes, Silicon Valley, California, Capitol Station, San Jose
Trumark Homes has acquired Capitol Station (formerly called Grandview Terrace), a development of 34 partially completed townhomes located in the city of San Jose at the northeast corner of North Capitol Avenue and Grandview Drive.
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Ashton Woods Homes wants to finish the partially completed Copley Square townhome development south of downtown Orlando that has lain dormant for the last three years.
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KB Home announced the opening of ten new San Francisco Bay Area communities of its signature Built to Order energy-efficient homes.
5 trends in infill housing
As demand for new housing in established neighborhoods increases, home builders are finding ways to create marketable projects on smaller infill sites.