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Academy, Legend Team Up on New Houston Master Plan
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Academy, Legend Team Up on New Houston Master Plan

Houston Chronicle staffer Nancy Sarnoff reports that plans for a residential... Read more

Seattle Wants to Turn Its Dank Alleys Into Bright Wonderlands
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Seattle Wants to Turn Its Dank Alleys Into Bright Wonderlands

CityLab John Metcalfe takes a look at an ambitious plan in Seattle to turn dirty... Read more

Four Extreme Drought-Busting Projects
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Four Extreme Drought-Busting Projects

U.S. home buyers have been slow to embrace water-saving technologies but that may... Read more

Mattamy's U.S. Blitz: "The Biggest Builder You've Never Heard Of"
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Mattamy's U.S. Blitz: "The Biggest Builder You've Never Heard Of"

Mattamy Homes, Canada's largest home builder, already built 1,500 homes in the U.S... Read more

California's Drought Makes It Rain Big Bucks For Local Businesses
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California's Drought Makes It Rain Big Bucks For Local Businesses

"Every crisis is an opportunity." That's exactly how some entrepreneurs are... Read more

Texas Floods: Does Urban Sprawl Put More Homes in Path of Flooding?
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Texas Floods: Does Urban Sprawl Put More Homes in Path of Flooding?

The Christian Science Monitor's Bryan Kay looks at how the Texas floods offer... Read more

Pulte Tees Up New Development on Old Golf Course Near Albuquerque
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Pulte Tees Up New Development on Old Golf Course Near Albuquerque

The Albuquerque Journal's Patrick Lohmann reports on Pulte's purchase of 67 acres... Read more

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How Big Data and IoT are Creating Smart Cities How Big Data and IoT are Creating Smart Cities

Integrating technology into cities is just the next step in the internet of things. Read more

3 Ways Guaranteed to Get Your Planning Project Approved
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3 Ways Guaranteed to Get Your Planning Project Approved

If you can't sell your idea with one of these tactics, maybe you just give it up Read more

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Brass, Convergence Strike Deal to Develop 880 Acres in San Antonio Brass, Convergence Strike Deal to Develop 880 Acres in San Antonio

The San Antonio Business Journal's Katie Burke reports on a deal between locally based Brass Real Estate Funds and Delaware-based Convergence Communities to buy and jointly develop a master-planned community stretching about 900 acres. Read more

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