Perkins Lane, a new infill development in downtown Baton Rouge, fits all of today’s hot housing trends with gorgeous detailing and durable, high-quality finishes to boot.
Architect Edward Baum created a housing model to fit typical suburban lots and work within existing codes that can be built using components found at major home supply retailers.
Favorite floor plans from the past year for narrow homes, impressive kitchens, massive master suites, golf communities, mud rooms, and more.
Grand Award, 2013 Builder’s Choice and Custom Home Design Awards
Infill development is becoming a widespread trend nationally, but it varies significantly between housing markets in the country.
Infill development makes up more than half of new home construction in three large U.S. metro areas.
Infill development is big. Need a plan for a narrow lot? Check out these four terrific designs, each 41 feet wide or less with a two-car, front-loading garage.
MBK Homes appeals to Asian buyers with targeted marketing and design.
AmeriSus kicks in $2,500 for every house built with its kits.
A high-speed train in California, a light rail in D.C., a super train yard in Arizona are planned.