A Tampa-Area Community of Connections
Waterset is a place where connection comes naturally. Neighbors connect with neighbors. Open green spaces connect to resort-style amenities and distinctive architecture through a 12-mile trail system. A convenient location makes connecting to downtown Tampa a breeze. Two-legged and four-legged residents alike connect with nature on a daily basis. Here, "Welcome to Waterset" is more than just a catchy tagline – it's our way of life.
Newland Cultivates A New Shade Of Green In Houston with "Community of the Year"
Houston is the Energy Capital of the World, but that doesn't mean green can't co-exist with oil and gas in the nation's fourth-largest city. Case in point: Elyson, a Newland community on the edge of Houston's vast Energy Corridor, won the Green Home Builder's Community of the Year award for 2020.
Where It All Comes Together.
Just 25 miles from historic Charleston and five miles from downtown Summerville, Nexton has become an award-winning model for mixed-use communities.
The secret is out. Nowhere does culture, food, history, art, and an incredible landscape come together more elegantly and more impressively than Charleston, South Carolina. And people are noticing.
A Benchmark for Sustainable Living.
Newland developed a community that aligned perfectly with the area needs while preserving valuable natural resources for future generations. Through this process, they also created a new blueprint for sustainable communities.
Las Vegas' Orchestrated Mixed-Use Urban Community.
With a challenge of revitalizing downtown Las Vegas, municipal leaders worked with Newland to create an urban hub on a 61-acre parcel in the core of the City where the entrepreneurial and progressive populations can gather, live, work, and enjoy the area.
North San Diego's Mixed-Use "Golden Triangle."
When you mix a desirable location with commerce supported by a top-notch research university and easy access to transportation, you get a triad of sparkling results.
A Community Vision Turns Living Legacy.
With vision, land acquisitions, and a new strategy of proximity living where amenities, shopping, dining, and entertainment are all nearby, Newland's award-winning Cinco Ranch became the destination for generations of families and West Houston to thrive.
A Family's Legacy Provides Homes, Shopping and Jobs for Future San Diegans.
Purchased by the Ralphs grocery store family in 1938, 4S Ranch was a working ranch and orchard. Responding to the demands of expanding growth in San Diego, the Ralphs family worked with Newland on a long-term plan that would meet the needs of the community while preserving open space.