A spirit of ingenuity and determination has changed the face of housing for the better, making America one of the best-housed nations in the world. At IBS in Orlando, two individuals from Denver who embody these qualities joined other legends in the Best in American Living™ Hall of Fame, now […]

Pre-World War II, the notion of mass-produced housing in America was neither relevant nor existent. Houses stood as humble structures dotting the countryside or opulent mansions of the country’s most elite. The range of architectural styles was just as vast, from Colonial to Revival and Queen Anne to Tudor. Housing […]

There are 86+ million Americans aged 55+ in America today.1 According to Nielsen, by 2018 more than 50% of the US population will be 50 years or older.2 These Americans are diverse and discerning, and as a result, builders and developers are acutely focused on them. But still more time […]

  Feeling overwhelmed by the number of education and events at IBS? Take a look at our list of top picks of things to do and see next week in Orlando: Celebrate the best of the best Best in American Living Awards Ceremony Wednesday, January 10 | 5:30 – 9:00 PM […]

The Mill, originally built in 1847, was Alexandria’s first cotton factory and has served many different uses over the past 170 years, including a Union Army facility, a spark plug factory, and a bottling plant. CAS Riegler purchased the building in 2013, at which point it was being used as […]