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Neo-traditional architecture, tree-lined streets, and quaint corner stores have become staples in traditional neighborhood developments designed to invoke the nostalgia of simpler times. But there's one old school feature these towns have been just as happy to do without: the clothesline, which, by neighborhood-design–police standards, is an eyesore. Read more

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The 2007 Builder's Choice Awards The 2007 Builder's Choice Awards

The Architecture was inspired and the site planning exemplary, but the biggest winner in the 2007 Builder's Choice Awards was Mother Earth. As many of this year's champions demonstrate, sustainability isn't a one-size-fits-all formula. There are lots of different ways to do right by the planet. Read more

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The Man Cave Cometh

Guys need their own space, too—whether that getaway spot is used for woodworking, macramé, late night fantasy football trades on the waiver wire, or having friends over to watch “Tommy Boy” for the 23rd time in surround sound. Read more

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Men's dens move up from the basement

Guys need their own space, too—whether that getaway spot is used for woodworking, macramé, late night fantasy football trades on the waiver wire, or having friends over to watch “Tommy Boy” for the 23rd time in surround sound. Read more

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Ponying Up Ponying Up

Move over, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. The names that have lent bragging rights to many an upscale golf community are about to see some stiff competition. In March, Lake City, Fla.–based developer Bradley Dicks broke ground on The Oaks, a 1,222-acre parcel slated to become the world's first “O'Connor Signature” equestrian community. Read more

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