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Massive 15,000-Acre Mixed-Use Development Gets OK in Lake County, Fla. Massive 15,000-Acre Mixed-Use Development Gets OK in Lake County, Fla.

The Orlando Business Journal's Rachel Williams reports on the local approval given to Wellness Way, a massive 15,000-acre planned health and wellness-themed development in Lake County, Fla. that would encompass 16,500 homes. Read more

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Mattamy Continues Arizona Expansion with Gilbert Land Buy Mattamy Continues Arizona Expansion with Gilbert Land Buy

The Phoenix Business Journal's Mike Sunnucks reports on Mattamy Homes' acquisition of 17.2 acres in Gilber, Ariz. for $4.85 million. Read more

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The End of Suburban White Flight The End of Suburban White Flight

The Brookings Institution senior fellow and noted demographer William H. Frey says "whites are hardly the lifeblood of suburban growth anymore. " Read more

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Epcon Plans 3 More Communities in Columbus, Ohio Area Epcon Plans 3 More Communities in Columbus, Ohio Area

The Columbus Business Journal's Brian R. Ball reports on three new Epcon Communities developments in the Columbus, Ohio area that will start in the early fall, all of which will feature a healthy mix of detached condos. Read more

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Lennar Plans 800-Home Active Adult Community Near Charlotte Lennar Plans 800-Home Active Adult Community Near Charlotte

The Charlotte Business Journal's Ken Elkins reports on Lennar's plans to build an 800-home age-restricted community called Tree Tops in the town of Indian Land, N.C., about 20 miles south of Charlotte. Read more

Seattle Could be a Model City for Justice in Housing
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Seattle Could be a Model City for Justice in Housing

CityLab staffer Kriston Capps digs into a controversial proposal that calls for... Read more

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StanPac Signs on to the Greener Pastures of The Cannery StanPac Signs on to the Greener Pastures of The Cannery

The Sacramento Business Journal's Ben van der Meer reports that Standard Pacific has signed on to the master planned community called The Cannery in Davis, Calif., a development where each home will feature solar panels, tankless water heaters, electric car chargers and the flexibility of being zero-energy. Read more

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KB Home, Taylor Morrison Bet Big on Sacramento Area KB Home, Taylor Morrison Bet Big on Sacramento Area

The Sacramento Business Journal's Ben van der Meer looks at a couple of large local land buys from the likes of KB Home and Taylor Morrison totaling about $13 million. Read more

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The Way Friends and Family Sway Where We Pick Our Homes The Way Friends and Family Sway Where We Pick Our Homes

Think friends and family don't influence where people choose to live? Think again. Here's a factoid infographic from the 2015 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends report from the National Association of Realtors. Read more

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

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