How Content Marketing is Changing the Way Developers Reach New Communities

If there’s one advantage MPCs have over traditional housing developments, it’s a buyer brand awareness that comes from sheer size alone. Republic Property Group’s Walsh community in Fort Worth, Texas, eventually will feature 15,000 homes and is now completing phase one models from David Weekley Homes, Drees Custom Homes, HGC Residential, Highland Homes, Toll Brothers, […]

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Walsh development opens doors to public

Walsh, the new 7,200-acre development in West Fort Worth that will bring 15,000 homes and about 50,000 people to the area is officially open. Walsh is named after the family that owns the land near where Interstate 30 merges with Interstate 20. It is the largest development underway in the U.S. within 12 minutes of […]

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15 years in the making, Walsh Ranch development officially opens

More than 15 years after the words “Walsh Ranch development” first appeared in Star-Telegram news stories, the master-planned community officially opened Thursday. During a low-key ceremony Thursday morning, the barricades on Walsh Ranch Parkway were removed, giving the public access to the new neighborhood and first phase of the massive development that straddles Parker and […]

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Families Flock To Walsh Development In Fort Worth

The sod is still settling. The paint still smells fresh inside. But model homes in one of the biggest new developments in the country opened to a line of eager buyers Thursday in Fort Worth. Families carrying kids, and realtors carrying information folders, wound their way through a series of new homes around a park-like […]

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Welcome to Walsh

Perhaps you’ve heard about Walsh. The much-anticipated new neighborhood being built in west Fort Worth just 12 minutes from downtown? As the community readies to open up model homes and lot sales to homebuyers April 27, the team behind Walsh has also planted temporary roots in Sundance Square at the northeast corner of Houston and […]

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A new kind of green: Developers trade golf courses for hiking trails, gardens to draw buyers

A few decades ago, the go-to centerpiece for many master-planned communities was a golf course, with buyers clamoring for homes that backed up to the green whether they were avid players or not. Today, golf courses have faded from favor in new communities, giving way to more inclusive amenities, such as extensive trail networks, education […]

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