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Lennar, Icon teaming up on 3D-printed development
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Lennar, Icon teaming up on 3D-printed development

Homebuilding giant Lennar and Texas construction startup Icon are teaming up to build 100 3D-printed homes in a massive...

Lennar, Icon teaming up on 3D-printed development
Building Engines CEO Tim Curran and JLL CEO Christian Ulbrich (Building Engines, Getty)
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JLL buys Building Engines for $300M

JLL is building out its proptech capabilities with its acquisition of Building Engines for $300 million. The Boston-based building operations software firm will be tucked into the JLL Technologies umbrella, Business Insider first reported....

JLL buys Building Engines for $300M
VTS CEO Nick Romito and Lane Technologies CEO Clinton Robinson 
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VTS to buy office-app developer for $200M

Proptech unicorn VTS remains committed to the revival of office life, set to make another big acquisition in the office app space. The New York-based software and data firm is set to acquire Toronto-based...

VTS to buy office-app developer for $200M
Procore on the prowl
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Procore on the prowl

Hardcore Procore, the construction management platform, acquired Levelset for $500 million. It is the firm’s largest acquisition to-date and among the largest ever for a venture-backed construction software company. Analysts said the deal, which...

Procore on the prowl
Construction startup Built lands $1.5B valuation
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Construction startup Built lands $1.5B valuation

Built, a Nashville-based fintech startup geared towards the construction industry, snagged a $1.5 billion valuation. The company more than...

Construction startup Built lands $1.5B valuation
Jason Ballard, CEO & Founder of Icon 
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Layer by layer, 3D-printed housing community rises in Mexico

Using massive 3D printers, a construction startup is building a housing community in southeast Mexico, one that could help...

Layer by layer, 3D-printed housing community rises in Mexico
iBuyer bonds attracting Wall Street capital
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iBuyer bonds attracting Wall Street capital

The increasing commodification of residential real estate is leading iBuyers — led by Zillow — to Wall Street. Last month, the company raised $450 million from a bond backed by homes it planned to...

iBuyer bonds attracting Wall Street capital
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