Earth Day is an important day for people to take the time to consider all of the effects they may have on the environment and how to take steps to remedy their impact. Here is a spotlight on some Newland communities and how they are celebrating Earth Day 2019!
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.
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.
National real estate consulting firm RCLCO, has released their annual 50 Top-Selling Master-Planned Communities list for 2016, and San Diego-based Newland Communities posted 5 of the top 50 best sellers.
National independent research firm, John Burns Real Estate Consulting (JBREC), has released their annual Top 50 Master-Planned Communities list for 2013, and San Diego-based Newland Communities posted 5 of the top 50 best sellers.
Newland Communities, the national developer of the successful Austin area communities of Teravista and Falcon Pointe, and their partner, NORTH AMERICA SEKISUI HOUSE, LLC (NASH) have acquired 500 acres in Williamson County for their third major community in Central Texas.
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.
San Diego, CA – Newland Communities, the country's largest private developer of planned residential and urban mixed-use communities, is named 2010 "Developer of the Year" by Builder and Developer magazine.
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.