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My adventure in Celebration began just over a year ago, and I don’t think my family’s life will every be the same. What started as a personal exploration of living in a neotraditional community to gain insight into the concept has now become a...
I went to Berlin to see what it was like to be in city undergoing serious reconstruction. We don’t have anything like that here in the States, but it’s reassuring to see that somebody in the western world believes in the future of cities. There is...
Nothing is more important to success or failure of new urbanist projects than street design. The street is the first part of the public realm encountered when leaving the private realm. With poorly designed streets, it’s difficult to imagine...
Report recommends shared street lanes, but lacks hard numbers Practitioners of New Urbanism have been waiting years for an officially sanctioned, authoritative document endorsing the kind of narrow streets appropriate for neotraditional projects.
A glance at any local newsstand confirms that consumers are becoming more aware of the trend toward traditional neighborhood developments (TNDs). Southern Living, the nation’s largest regional magazine, and Better Homes and Gardens both include...