Landquest Purchases Four Cemeteries In Raleigh Area

Raleigh, NC, August 08, 2007 --( Jeffery Milligan, senior vice president of Landquest, has announced that the firm has purchased four cemeteries in the Triangle area for renovation and development. Through Landquest Legacy, a division of Landquest specializing in the development and beautification of cemetery properties throughout the Southeast, the firm will renovate undeveloped cemetery properties in North Carolina to create park-like settings with the addition of benches, gardens and walking paths. The four Triangle area cemeteries include Brier Creek Memorial Gardens in Raleigh, Oak Grove Memorial Gardens in Durham, Carolina Biblical Gardens in Garner and Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens.

“We are pleased to begin development on these four cemetery properties through Landquest Legacy,” said Milligan. “It is our goal to transform these locations to create beautiful environments for visitors, making them the finest in North Carolina.”

About Landquest Legacy:
Landquest Legacy is a division of Landquest specializing in the development and beautification of cemetery properties throughout the Southeast. The firm purchases cemeteries on undeveloped land with the mission of transforming these sites to become park-like in appearance and feel with the addition of benches, meditation gardens and walking paths. Each environmentally sensitive cemetery plan includes extensive landscaping, water features, mausoleums, new roads and curbing, and expert maintenance. For more information about Landquest Legacy, please visit

About Landquest:
Landquest specializes in residential development including the acquisition, design, permitting and construction of communities on the East Coast. Previously based in Branford, Conn., the company relocated to Raleigh, N.C. in 2005. Landquest has active projects from New Hampshire to South Carolina. Committed to creative and innovative land planning, the firm concentrates on esthetics and high design standards that are sensitive to the land and environment. Often this results in a lower yield, but a more marketable and desirable community for residents and visitors. For more information, visit

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MMI Associates, Inc.

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