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For the division of land into pieces that are easier to sell or otherwise develop, also known as ‘housing development’, see Subdivision (land).
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Housing developments are structured building development of residential properties. Popular throughout the United States and the United Kingdom, they are often areas of high density, low impact residences of single family homes.
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