Reposted with permission from the BSB Design, No BS Blog If there is one word that unites the 55+ population, it is probably “diverse.” There is no one-size-fits-all solution for this generation, from work to cars to home design. For example, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 40 percent […]

Green development is rooted not just in technology, but in a whole body of knowledge. It begins at the regional level, and sustainable development permeates throughout multiple aspects of community. In his “Green by Design” presentation at the NAHB 2018 International Builders’ Show®, Senen M.A. Antonio, Partner at DPZ CoDESIGN, […]

Trends in what goes into a new home should be of interest to all in the home building industry, and a historical perspective may provide a useful basis for sizing up the needs of current buyers and anticipating what lies ahead. The Census Bureau has tracked characteristics of new single-family homes […]

Greenville, Mich.’s The Ridgecrest was designed to suit steep lakefront lots as well as walk-out neighborhood lots. The columned front porch and shake siding create a cohesive neighborhood design and set the tone for the interior of the home. The living room features tall windows and a pair of custom […]

  When the leadership at Rockwood Retirement decided it was time to re-position their community—a 1960s “glass box” high-rise building with undersized apartments, sparse amenities, and poor energy performance—to meet market demands, it was important to not only continue their commitment to improving the residents’ well-being, but to deepen it. […]