Executive Chairman Bob McLeod was presented with the Master Plan Hall of Fame Legends Award at the inaugural FuturePlace conference dedicated to the practice of master plan developers, architects, builders, and designers in Miami, FL.
Builder magazine announces that Embrey Mill is expanding its community with award-winning home builders, new home styles, and more amenities! Whether you love a tricycle sprint at Racetrack Park, dancing to music at Festival Park, or a game of soccer at Embrey Field, you’ll love what’s to come.
Newland, a mixed-use developer with over five decades of experience, streamlines its brand and public persona with an updated look and website to provide easily accessible resources and information on its 28 active communities in 13 states.
NASH and its development partner Newland today announced NASH’s purchase of a major portion of Nexton from WestRock. The acquisition property encompasses approximately 4,000 acres, with 400 acres designated as commercial use.
American Newland Communities, LP (Newland) and its joint venture partner North America Sekisui House, LLC (NASH) announce the acquisition of 729 acres for a future master-planned community in Frisco, TX. Newland and NASH officially close on the purchase on June 15, 2016.
Newland Communities recently marked its 10 year anniversary developing Estrella. While the community got its start in the late 1980s, Newland set out to transform Estrella, into the premier residential master-planned community in the West Valley in 2005.
WHEELOCK STREET CAPITAL, LLC announced today it sold the remaining land assets in four master-planned communities to NORTH AMERICA SEKISUI HOUSE, LLC (NASH), the US business operations unit and a full subsidiary of SEKISUI HOUSE, LTD., Japan's largest homebuilder and a leading diversified developer.
NORTH AMERICA SEKISUI HOUSE, LLC (NASH) and Newland Real Estate Group LLC (Newland), through their affiliates, have formed a new joint venture, NASH-NEWLAND LLC, and acquired the largest operating portfolio of residential master-planned communities in the United States.
The Wall Street Journal reports that homebuilders are battling to acquire lots in preparation for future construction. This is certainly the case at Estrella, a 12,000-acre master-planned project in Arizona being developed by Newland Communities.