Today’s shoppers realize the impact of how their homes, communities and lifestyles impact their overall health and wellness. For the real estate industry, this means a greater need to focus on implementing sustainability measures to attract and meet the needs of prospective buyers.
We’re thrilled that two of our communities, Wendell Falls and Briar Chapel, are featured in the May/June issue of Green Home Builder Magazine, setting the standard for sustainable living in central North Carolina.
It's not easy relocating mature trees, but in a nod to preserving and protecting The Grove Frisco's natural environment, 60 large trees have been transplanted while more than 800 new trees are taking root in the community.
CEO Ted Nelson sits down with the editors of Green Home Builder Magazine to discuss his new leadership role at Newland, how Newland infuses sustainability principles into community development, and how partners are brought into the process to maintain a focus on innovation.
For nearly 50 years, as long as Newland has been creating exceptional places to love, Earth Day has been promoting global ecological awareness. Briar Chapel is a beautiful mix of mindful planning and design excellence.
Seven Newland communities teamed up with the American Hiking Society to celebrate the 50th anniversary of National Trails Day on Saturday, June 2nd. We invited residents, guests, and Newland teams to hit the trails for the first annual, multi-community National Trails Day celebration.
Green building has long been a buzzword in the residential real estate market but what difference does “going green” actually make? To find out, one national developer has quantified the effects of its sustainable building practices.