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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 CitiesHow 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 AntonioBrass, 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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Zips for Trips: Places Where Transit Runs on Track Zips for Trips: Places Where Transit Runs on Track

Per RealtyTrac, while public transportation accounts for only 5% of commuting overall in America and a negligible half-percent in rural communities, it is a big contributor to the U.S. economy. Here's where usage rules. Read more

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The Most, and Least, Bicycle-Friendly States in the NationThe Most, and Least, Bicycle-Friendly States in the Nation

NPR blogger and producer Bill Chappell unveils this year's list of most, and least, "bicycle friendly" states, according to the League of American Bicyclists. Did your state make the cut? Read more

What Americans Want, But Don't Get, in Their Communities
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What Americans Want, But Don't Get, in Their Communities

Urban Land Institute's Trisha Riggs details the findings of a new report that... Read more

The Film That Launched 1,000 Debates About the Suburbs
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The Film That Launched 1,000 Debates About the Suburbs

Curbed's Marni Epstein looks at America's on-again off-again relationship with the... Read more

Toll Brothers Expands in Houston with Planned 850-Home Community
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Toll Brothers Expands in Houston with Planned 850-Home Community

The Houston Chronicle's Nancy Sarnoff reports on Toll Brothers plans for a 600-... Read more

D.R. Horton Breaks Ground on Yet Another South Florida Development
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D.R. Horton Breaks Ground on Yet Another South Florida...

The South Florida Business Journal's Brian Bandell reports on D.R. Horton's ground... Read more

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