OUR HISTORY. BY LOOKING TO OUR PAST, WE FIND INSPIRATION FOR THE FUTURE.

CRESCENT COMMUNITIES LEGACY

For almost half a century, we have been dedicated to creating communities that are designed to prosper. Our company has grown each year because our developments have grown with us.

OUR TIMELINE

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18
Tokyo-based Sumitomo Forestry acquires Crescent Communities
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18
Tokyo-based Sumitomo Forestry acquires Crescent Communities
20
17
NOVEL by Crescent Communities, Crescent's multifamily brand, is established.
20
17
NOVEL by Crescent Communities, Crescent's multifamily brand, is established.
20
16
Crescent launches single family home building brand, Fielding Homes
20
16
Crescent launches single family home building brand, Fielding Homes
20
13
Crescent Resources is renamed Crescent Communities
20
13
Crescent Resources is renamed Crescent Communities
20
06
Crescent Resources becomes a separate entity as Duke Energy sells its majority stake
20
06
Crescent Resources becomes a separate entity as Duke Energy sells its majority stake
20
02
Crescent's first multifamily community, CrossTown, opens in Tampa, FL
20
02
Crescent's first multifamily community, CrossTown, opens in Tampa, FL
19
90
Company's first commercial development, Coliseum Centre, opens in Charlotte, NC
19
90
Company's first commercial development, Coliseum Centre, opens in Charlotte, NC
19
80s
Company is renamed Crescent Resources to reflect the addition of community development to its capabilities
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80s
Company is renamed Crescent Resources to reflect the addition of community development to its capabilities
19
69
South Carolina Land & Timber is renamed Crescent Land & Timber
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69
South Carolina Land & Timber is renamed Crescent Land & Timber
19
63
Duke Power forestry department becomes known as "South Carolina Land & Timber"
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63
Duke Power forestry department becomes known as "South Carolina Land & Timber"
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39
Duke Power establishes forestry department to steward 270,000 acres of undeveloped land
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39
Duke Power establishes forestry department to steward 270,000 acres of undeveloped land