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David Weinreb

Houston, TX — Developing large swaths of land into master-planned communities is the hallmark of the Howard Hughes Co. (HHC) and the commercial development within these communities have helped to ignite what the company calls a “virtuous cycle.” Indeed, master-planned communities have been a big factor in growing HHC’s net operating income from $49 million in 2010 to a stabilized target of $321 million, excluding the Seaport in Manhattan.


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