Commercial construction is reshaping the landscape around Brownwood Paddock Square. Just a short walk to the north, work progresses at a fast pace at The Lofts of Brownwood, a 12-acre age-restricted apartment community. Interior and exterior finish work is underway at the two main buildings …

Several key commercial building projects are rolling along, and some new ones are about to launch.

The Villages’ economic engine is revving up new businesses and powering new jobs at a rate that leads the state, according to a five-year snapshot by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. Jobs here grew by 18% during that period compared to 12% statewide, and 23% more businesses st…

The Villages is once again America’s top-selling master-planned community, according to one of the nation’s leading real estate consulting and analytical firms.

The Villages is America’s fastest-growing hometown. From April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2018, the Census Bureau found the population of The Villages metropolitan statistical area grew from 93,420 to 128,754, an increase of 37.8%.

This historic Old Florida touches all started during Brownwood Paddock Square’s first phase with building names such as the Palace Hotel, Bunk House and Barnstorm Theater.

The Villages’ booming veteran population is a big part of the community fabric, and six just-announced Honor Flight missions show the community’s appreciation for their service.

One look at Marsh View Pitch & Putt and Cattail Recreation Area offers insight into the creation of a quality lifestyle amenity.

The reason U.S. Sen. Rick Scott visited The Villages at least two dozen times during his two terms as Florida governor boils down to a simple reality.

So much that defines excellence characterized The Villages resident lifestyle opportunities during 2018. Five new recreational amenities, for instance, opened for use to all Villagers. It’s just the beginning, too. Two of them, Longleaf and Loblolly executive golf courses at the Village of M…