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Houston Investor Amasses Thousands of Acres in Katy, Texas Houston Investor Amasses Thousands of Acres in Katy, Texas

The Houston Business Journal's Paul Takahashi reports on a recent property acquisition by John Beeson of Beeson Properties Read more

Construction Lending Mantra: Be Conservative
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Construction Lending Mantra: Be Conservative

Signs of optimism are growing for acquisition, development and construction loans... Read more

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StanPac Plans First 305-Home Community on 114-acre Florida Development StanPac Plans First 305-Home Community on 114-acre Florida Development

The Bradenton Herald's Matt Johnson reports on Standard Pacific's plans for its first subdivision in Lakewood Ranch, Fla., which is about 12 miles Northwest of Sarasota. Read more

N.J. Residential Construction Permits Soar to Nearly 30-year High
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N.J. Residential Construction Permits Soar to Nearly 30-year High

The Star-Ledger's Erin O'Neill took a look at the sizable increase in building... Read more

Passive House Standard Gets Activated in New York City
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Passive House Standard Gets Activated in New York City

Urban Land's Bendix Anderson took a look at the growing popularity of the Passive... Read more

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Chinese Firm Builds Modular 3D-Printed Villa in 10 Days Chinese Firm Builds Modular 3D-Printed Villa in 10 Days

ZhuoDa, a Chinese firm, successfully built a modular villa from start to finish in 10 days at roughly $450 a square meter. Read more

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Remodeling Market Firing on All Cylinders Remodeling Market Firing on All Cylinders

The NAHB's Paul Emrath writes up the latest Remodeling Market Index results, which show a rebound in remodeler confidence in the second quarter. Read more

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A Hudson Yards Garden Will Grow With Concrete, Coolant and High-Power Fans A Hudson Yards Garden Will Grow With Concrete, Coolant and High-Power Fans

Much of the Hudson Yards project in Manhattan, including the Public Square garden, is being built over a 26-acre rail yard where temperatures are 150 degrees, meaning air-conditioned soil is a must. Read more

Boomers Competing With Millennials for Urban Rentals
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Boomers Competing With Millennials for Urban Rentals

Baby boomer homeowners are beginning to downsize in droves, and many more will... Read more

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A Housing Moratorium Won't Save San Francisco A Housing Moratorium Won't Save San Francisco

CityLab staffer Kriston Capps weighs in on the latest efforts to stop construction in San Francisco's Mission District. Read more

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