05 February . 2018
Newland celebrates 5 decades of excellence in 2018
The reputation and longevity of a developer is an important consideration when choosing a new community. Creating a new master-planned community is a process that can take many years, and requires a developer with a strong vision, deep experience and financial stability.
Homebuyers and residents in Hollyhock will be glad to know that the community’s developer, Newland, has been bringing communities to life since the 1960s.
Founded in 1968, Newland is the largest private developer of residential and urban mixed-use communities in the nation.
Over the past half-century, Newland has built an award-winning portfolio that includes more than 140 diverse real estate developments across the U.S., with more than 175,000 residential units delivered to homebuilders. Newland communities include more than 20 million square feet of commercial and retail space, and thousands of acres devoted to recreation and schools – all part of its vision to create places where people live, work and play.
Headquartered in San Diego, Newland has more than 40 real estate developments currently in progress in 14 states across the country.
With 5 decades of experience underneath us, Newland is thriving, with new communities opening from coast to coast. Soon, these will include The Grove Frisco, Newland’s third community in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Other Newland communities in the DFW area include Canyon Falls.
At 400 acres, Hollyhock is one of the most intimate Newland communities in the nation, with homesites for just about 600 families. Newland’s vision for Hollyhock is to create a calming oasis and nature-rich haven in the heart of dynamic Frisco, with recreational amenities including Fields House, Fields Park, Dandelion Park and miles of trails.
Learn more about Newland and its history.
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