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New Home Company Opens in Esencia Master Plan

The New Home Company on Thursday announced its first two neighborhoods in the master-planned community of Esencia at Rancho Mission Viejo.


The New Home Company Starts Construction in Silicon Beach

The New Home Company, Aliso Viejo, Cal. on Friday announced that construction is underway at Seabluff, a new collection of 75 contemporary townhomes and stacked flats within Playa Vista.


The New Home Company Announces Amethyst, First-of-its-Kind Residences in Irvine’s Great Park Neighborhoods

The New Home Company today announced the opening of Amethyst, a first-of-its-kind enclave of 54 paired homes at Parasol Park, the newest community in Irvine’s Great Park Neighborhoods. A public


Hearthstone, New Home Co, Buy Seabluff Condo Project in West L.A.

Land Advisors Organization, a real estate firm specializing in residential land development projects since 1987, has announced the sale of Seabluff Condominiums, a 75 unit “permit-ready” project located in West

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The New Home Company Makes C-Suite Shifts

Joseph Davis, Chief Investment Officer of The New Home Company, resigned his post effective June 26, 2015. Mr. Davis, a long-time veteran of The Irvine Company prior to New Home,


The New Home Company Under Contract for $250M+ of Prime OC Land

The New Home Company is looking to expand its presence in the high-end Orange County housing market with the acquisition of four sites from The Irvine Company. The $250M+ land

Homebuilders / Land Developers

The New Home Company Profile

Orange County-based builder, The New Home Company, is profiled in this article in the Los Angeles Times. The company, founded by industry veterans Larry Webb, Wayne Stelmar, Tom Redwitz and

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Tricon Capital Group Invests 142.5M in Arantine Hills

While the Inland Empire has taken a relative breather in terms of land activity in 2014, experienced, sophisticated players seemingly remain bullish on the long-term (if not the immediate-term) prospects