Since 1954, Lennar has built over one million new homes for families across America. We build in some of the nation’s most popular cities, and our communities cater to all lifestyles and family dynamics, whether you are a first-time or move-up buyer, multigenerational family, or Active Adult.
Gene Fisher and Arnold Rosen form F&R Builders in Miami, Florida.
Leonard Miller becomes co-owner of F&R Builders and partners with Arnold Rosen.
Leonard and Arnold combine their names to rename the company Lennar. That same year, Lennar Corporation becomes a public company.
Lennar is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: LEN).
Lennar expands its mortgage financing business by forming Universal American Mortgage Company (UAMC).
Lennar introduces Everything’s Included®, offering buyers thousands of dollars in luxury features at no extra cost.
Lennar acquires U.S. Home and doubles in size.
Lennar introduces Next Gen® - The Home Within a Home, designed especially for multigenerational families.
Quarterrais introduced, specializing in the creation of luxury rental apartment communities.
Lennar introduces Lennar International, a U.S. real estate leader for the global market.
Lennar acquires WCI Communities, a lifestyle community developer and luxury homebuilder of single and multi-family homes.
UAMC is renamed Eagle Home Mortgage nationwide, joining forces as a full-service mortgage lender under the Lennar family of companies.
Lennar introduces the world’s first Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ Home Designs to enable seamless voice control and home automation.
Lennar’s merger with CalAtlantic Homes creates the nation’s largest homebuilder.
Lenˣ is introduced to drive a focused strategy to integrate technology solutions across Lennar.
Lennar’s family mortgage company, Eagle Home Mortgage, LLC is renamed to Lennar Mortgage, LLC, further aligning its homebuilding and financial services brands.
Lennar’s family title company, CalAtlantic Title, is renamed to Lennar Title, continuing the outstanding Lennar customer experience through closing day.