Learn More About Newland Communities
- Newland creates communities from coast-to-coast for all kinds of families to live life in ways that matter most to them.
- Creating communities for over 40 years.
- We never rush to create a community; instead we do it over time to maximize the value of the land.
About Newland Communities
Great communities are more than just a few streets or a single neighborhood. They are envisioned and planned from the ground up to create the best possible experience for people who will one day call them home. Where will the schools go? What kind of parks will be needed? Should there be a community retail core? For more than four decades, Newland Communities has been planning and creating great communities from coast-to-coast that continue to thrive and grow. When faced with difficult economic times, we know community becomes more important than ever. And in 2010, during the toughest housing recession, Newland Communities was named "Developer of the Year" by the 20-year old national business magazine for the homebuilding business, Builder and Developer Magazine. Over the course of Newland's history we have been through many housing recessions, and during each one, thoughtfully designed, well-planned communities with award-winning homebuilders, good schools, and great amenities continued to thrive. Many of our large new-home communities take years to build. We realize, and our investors realize, that by the time a large community is complete, there will be ups and downs in the real estate market. Our experience and national scope help us prepare for this, and our geographically diverse portfolio means when one market is down, often another is recovering. Embrey Mill™ is a new mixed-use community just west of Interstate 95 in North Stafford, VA in the Washington, DC metro area. Over one-third of the 831 total acreage in the Embrey Mill community will follow the land’s natural topography to create visible, accessible, and usable spaces throughout the community. The distinct small-scale neighborhoods, livable home designs, and thoughtfully designed community amenities were envisioned as a respite at the end of a long commute.