RIVERSIDE, CA. SEPTEMBER 04, 2014 --- Spring Mountain Ranch, a long stalled master planned community in Riverside County, finally getting going again. The site is nearly 800 acres that will have 1400 homes in an unincorporated of Riverside County. (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)
Irfan Khan RIVERSIDE, CA. SEPTEMBER 04, 2014 --- Spring Mountain Ranch, a long stalled master planned community in Riverside County, finally getting going again. The site is nearly 800 acres that will have 1400 homes in an unincorporated of Riverside County. (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

Los Angeles Times staffer Andrew Khouri reports that after stalling amid the housing bust, a 1,400-home development in Riverside County is coming back to life, and KB Home is breaking ground on some of the region's biggest new pushes.

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