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If you’re interested in learning more about the National Town Builders’ Association, or about how to get involved, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact Monica V. Johnson, NTBA Director, at info@ntba.net or 914-715-5576.

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6 days ago
Cultivating community: Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good

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Thank you for sharing this article, Stephanie Stephanie Houston Heffer

Success is people consciously working together, putting differences aside in pursuit of higher quality of life, and getting something done.

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1 week ago
2018 NTBA Spring Roundtable

New Orleans, here we come!

“Developing for Affordability and Recovery” is the topic for the NTBA’s Spring 2018 Roundtable in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mark your calendars now. More information will be forthcoming. See ... See more

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2 weeks ago
Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce

A fantastic downtown adaptive reuse project by NTBA members Ward Davis and Morgan Hooker of High Street Real Estate and Development!

Celebrating The 1907, a historical renovation of the property formerly known as the Dollar Saver Building at the corner of 1st and Walnut in #DowntownRogers! Watch this video to learn more.

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3 weeks ago
Real Estate Developers Become the Entertainers

Thank you, Ward Davis, for sharing this article with ... See more

Mixed-use projects are increasingly looking like little theme parks.

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3 weeks ago

Thank you to the Board of Directors of the NTBA for the gift of a beautiful Tiffany & Co. Vase during our recent Roundtable. I so appreciate your thoughtfulness. The vase took center stage on my ... See more

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3 weeks ago
Easton developer Yaromir Steiner takes long view when planning projects

Robert Gibbs is pleased to share this article with our NTBA members. Enjoy! http://www.dispatch.com/news/20171022/easton-developer-yaromir-steiner-takes-long-view-when-planning-projects

For many business executives, it’s enough to try to look a few years into the future. Yaromir Steiner takes a much longer view of a few decades

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4 weeks ago

Thank you for sharing, Tom Low!

Imagine an entire urban neighborhood packed full of buildings like these that were developed on increments of 25 foot wide platting. The four and five story models ... See more

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