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NG+P Press Release featured in Wall Street Journal's Market Watch
Newman Garrison + Partners' New Block (TM) Design Concept Pioneers a New Era for Urban-Infill Development.

Green Roof Brings Green Space to Affordable Housing Project
The First “New Block™” Urban Infill Development, Park Landing Apartment Homes in Buena Park, Calif. will Feature LiveRoof® for its Green Roof, a Key Element of its 20,000-Square-Foot Green Space and Outdoor Recreational Area.
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$22M Orange County Housing Project Moves Dirt - New Block™ Urban Infill
Affordable housing developer Jamboree Housing Corp., recently broke ground on New Block™ Urban Infill - Park Landing Apartment Homes. The housing project is located on a long-abandoned commercial site adjacent to a residential neighborhood.
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Designed to achieve a LEED® for Homes Silver rating, Park Landing will provide 70 affordable rental apartment homes
New Block™ Urban Infill solves a fundamental challenge for the project: fitting the 70 apartments on the 2.2-acre site while meeting the Buena Park Planning Commission’s requirement for a minimum of 14,000 square feet of open space.
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New Block™ Urban Infill is Redefining Student Housing
We believe New Block Urban Infill is a perfect design solution for developers who are involved in the student housing industry.
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East Coast Developers Embrace New Block
New Block™ Urban Infill Presentations are now being given to Major East Coast Developers and REITs
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New Block™ Urban Infill Wins Approval in Buena Park
JAMBOREE HOUSING CORPORATION wins approval of City of Buena Park for new affordable community on vacant urban infill site. [+ Read More]

Multi-Housing News Online Article
Newport Beach, Calif.—Newman Garrison + Partners recently announced a new design approach to address challenges faced by developers, landowners, financial institutions and municipalities. The solution, which the firm is calling New Block, is specifically targeted toward two-acre urban infill sites.
New Block™ Urban Infill
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Architectural West Magazine
The Growing Demand for Urban Infill Sites Spurs New Development Concepts. Read the article...
New Block™ Urban Infill
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Martin Brower's Orange County Report
“These innovative concepts will be important to both the public and private sectors as they work together to find ways to economically develop these smaller sites,” Tom Hart, deputy director of the California Redevelopment Association, says. “With these new concepts, we may see more urban redevelopment projects moving ahead sooner than later.”
New Block™ Urban Infill
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Building Design+Construction Article
Kevin Newman sees huge potential in the thousands of tiny vacant lots that dot cities across the U.S. The California-based architect and chairman of Newman Garrison + Partners says the real estate development community too often avoids small urban infill sites because of high land costs, financing challenges, and stringent land use regulations, including parking ratios and open space requirements. New Block™ Urban Infill [+ View Full Article]

Buildaroo.com Article
The Shadow of SB-375 Fuels Interest in Urban Infill Sites, Transit-Oriented Development and New Development Concepts. New Block™ Urban Infill
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CA Real Estate Journal, SB375 Fuels Interest in Urban Infill Sites
New Block is the perfect Sustainable Community Stratagy for smaller TOD sites. Read our latest article in the California Real Estate Journal... New Block Urban Infill [+ View Full Article]

New Block Urban Infill Plans Making Headway in Six Cities
"It's a wonderful opportunity to provide green space with attractive landscaping in an area that wouldn't normally have it." "When we saw the presentation for New Block Urban Infill, we though 'wow, we love it...it's a great idea and they're way ahead of the curve.'" - Bob Johnson, Temecula's Assistant City Manager. New Block™ Urban Infill [+ View Full Article]

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