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Rancho Sienna News

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14 December . 2016

Newland Communities, the developer of Rancho Sienna, is a national leader

Did you know that Newland Communities, the developer of Rancho Sienna, is the largest private developer of planned residential and urban mixed-use communities in the United States?

Newland is currently developing communities in 14 states across the nation, and Austin is one of the company’s most active and successful markets.

In addition to Rancho Sienna, Newland is developing Falcon Pointe in Pflugerville and Teravista in Round Rock and Georgetown – two communities with successful histories that go back nearly 15 years. Newland’s newest Austin community is Sweetwater, located in the Lake Travis Independent School District.

Like Rancho Sienna, all of Newland’s other Austin communities have won major awards from organizations such as the Home Builders Association of Greater Austin and the Austin Business Journal, in coveted categories including “Community of the Year” and “Best Design for a Master-Planned Community.”

Each of Rancho Sienna’s sister communities has a unique personality. Falcon Pointe builds on the family friendly, small-town appeal of Pflugerville, while Teravista offers the ultimate master-planned living centered around an award-winning golf course and other amenities. Sweetwater preserves beautiful Hill Country land for parks, trails and natural open spaces.

Newland’s success and commitment to sustainable development in Austin and other cities is one reason why Green Home Builder magazine named Newland as its Developer of the Year for 2016.

“Long before the sustainable fad overtook the housing industry, Newland Communities was already putting a great deal of importance on creating long-term sustainable developments,” the magazine’s editors wrote in a profile of Newland and the green practices it has implemented in more than 40 communities over a 45-year track record.

The article continues: “For decades, they have sought ways to protect and restore the land they are developing. By preserving or improving wetlands and areas of natural topography, they protect the rich history and traditions that inherently belong to it. Developing land and integrating them within the community plan ensures healthy living opportunities for both future residents and the environment.”