Active Adult Housing Market Is Back And Busy
When iconic and overextended post-World War II homebuilder Levitt & Sons filed for bankruptcy in 2007 after the bubble burst, unfinished projects were left in the dust. One of them was the Seasons, a 1,200-home development for active adults in Port St. Lucie, Fla. When construction was halted, only 180 homes had been finished. Now the community is moving forward again under a new owner, AV Homes (AVHI), and a new name, Vitalia at Tradition. "We
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