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  • North Street Community

North Street Community in Durham prospering

2018-05-19T20:03:38+00:00September 30th, 2014|

Since 2011, TightLines Designs' David Maurer and Craig Bethel have been working alongside Legacy Real Property Group, Reality Ministries, and several families with and without disabilities to create a community for special-needs families in Durham. The project was not a small one - renovating 16 existing, dilapidated quadruplexes from [...]

  • Cabin

TightLines Designs receives 2014 Anthemion Award!

2018-05-19T20:03:39+00:00September 19th, 2014|

We are excited to announce that on September 15th, TightLines Designs accepted a 2014 Anthemion Award with Telegraph Road Properites, Raleigh Restoration Group, and Triangle Interiors for the Residential and Community Revitalization of the East Raleigh/South Park National Register Historic District! TightLines Designs has been working with these companies [...]

Affordable Housing Workshop – April 1, 2014

2018-05-19T20:03:39+00:00March 28th, 2014|

Principal David Maurer will be participating in an Affordable Housing Workshop hosted by the AIA Triangle and NC State College of Design. This is part of their Spring 2014 Joint Lecture Series, titled "Situated Modernisms & Global Practice." The event will take place on Tuesday, April 1st from 4-6pm at [...]

  • Monique house plan

TightLines featured in THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT

2018-05-19T20:03:40+00:00March 5th, 2014|

Read this endearing article about a Virginia woman becoming a first-time homeowner with our "Monique" house plan. Project Manager Craig Bethel was recently interviewed by the Hampton Roads newspaper about the plan. BY VICTORIA HECHT / VIRGINIAN-PILOT January 28, 2014 NORFOLK The first time a colleague shared information with [...]

  • 2013 Governor's Housing Conference

TightLines Exhibits at the 2013 Virginia Governor’s Housing Conference

2018-05-19T20:03:40+00:00November 21st, 2013|

The team at TightLines attended and exhibited at the Governor's Housing Conference this week in Norfolk, Virginia.  The conference is the largest and most comprehensive affordable housing event of the year. The conference kicked off with America's Housing Future - an in-depth session on the latest information related to [...]

U.S. home builder sentiment stabilizes in November: NAHB

2018-05-19T20:03:40+00:00November 17th, 2013|

(Reuters, November 18, 2013) - U.S. homebuilder confidence stabilized in November after falling for two straight months, though steady home demand was tempered by worries about further fiscal battles in Washington, the National Association of Home Builders said on Monday. The NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index came in at [...]

  • Decorating Bird Houses

Bird Houses & New Friends Made at the Cooke Street Carnival

2018-06-13T11:11:01+00:00October 23rd, 2013|

On Saturday, October 19th, TightLines joined thousands of Raleigh citizens to celebrate local arts, culture and music at the annual Cooke Street Carnival.  Our team hosted a booth where dozens of bird houses were decorated by some very creative kids. Cooke Street Carnival is a grassroots neighborhood festival that [...]

U.S. Existing Home Sales Fall, Price Appreciation Slows

2018-05-19T20:03:41+00:00October 21st, 2013|

WASHINGTON | Mon Oct 21, 2013 (Reuters) - U.S. home resales fell in September and prices cooled as higher mortgage rates took the edge off the housing market  recovery. The National Association of Realtors said on Monday that sales of previously owned homes fell 1.9 percent last month to [...]

  • Infill Designs

TightLines featured in THE FREE-LANCE STAR

2018-05-19T20:03:41+00:00October 18th, 2013|

CVHC Homes Designed to be Efficient, Affordable BY RICHARD AMRHINE / THE FREE LANCE-STAR October 18, 2013 Drive through Mayfield these days and you’ll see many new homes that have been designed and built with efficiency and affordability as their top priorities. Among those involved in this building boomlet [...]

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