tract house

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tract house

A house that is substantially similar to all other houses in a subdivision.

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Firms such as Marmol Radziner, Rocio Romero and Lazor Office believe homeowners are willing to pay a little extra to escape tract housing without mortgaging their solvency on a truly custom modern home.
He is continuing the work his father, Isaac Muss, started almost 100 years ago, by becoming one of the pioneers of tract housing in this country, building hundreds of units a year in the Brownsville and East New York areas of Brooklyn.
Vineyard Bank today announced the establishment of a Southern California Tract Housing Lending Group.
He adopts a real scorched-earth policy in his interpretation of the American Dream--and, of course, nothing embodies the American Dream more succinctly than tract housing.
The 400-acre community college has a long history of agricultural education since it was founded in 1947 - before tract housing, strip malls and big business replaced the Valley's orchards, ranches and farms.
The 790-acre project will serve as a magnet for additional development, transforming the now pastoral landscape into tract housing and strip malls.
Particularly for situations where risk is minimal, smaller, community-oriented commercial banks are beginning to fund affordable tract housing, even if some small loan amount remains outstanding after repayment of the first tranche.
He was a bestows pioneer in tract housing and a prolific builder in Brooklyn and Queens.
CASTAIC - There's a supermarket in town now and a Rite Aid, but Gallions Castaic Corner market has held its own in a town that's a curious mix of fishermen, truckers and miles and miles of new tract housing.
The Last Cowboy,'' on the other hand, is a contemporary tale about estranged father Will (Lance Henriksen) and daughter Jacqueline (Jennie Garth) who unite in an effort to forestall foreclosure of the family ranch at the hands of rotten banks not even managed out of Texas anymore and real-estate cynics who want to turn the land over to no doubt really ugly tract housing.
Still, Watt, whose trademark is tract housing, is in awe of this partnership with the soil.