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new town

In keeping with the expression “all things old are new again,”modern residential development is focusing on a small-town atmosphere called the new town concept.It includes sidewalks and community parks plus offices,retail,places of worship,and schools within the project itself and usually within walking distance of residential areas.It may even include some home-above-retail or home-above-office concepts and satellite offices for government services such as license renewal.

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The company is the developer of the 9,700-acre First Colony master planned community in Sugar Land, Texas, located southwest of Houston.
Anthem is a master planned community in the City of Henderson.
A city page is currently being made for The Woodlands, TX which will feature the history, things to do, real estate information and more for people who are looking to find out more about this great master planned community. Rick Raanes will also be featured at the top of this city page.
Most of them didn't realize that bird-watching might lead them to buy a new home near the trail - which happens to be part of McDowell Mountain Ranch, a 3,200-acre master planned community in Scottsdale, Ariz.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 4, 2015-KB Home announces availability of two new neighbourhoods at Spring Mountain Ranch's planned community
* Cypress offers the lowest price for detached single-family product in the master planned community of EastLake Greens.
In the new prototype for suburban development, full-fledged communities are developed with convenient services and all the important commercial components: offices and planned community and civic spaces.
The ABLI convened the summit in Garden City, Long Island, the nation's first planned community, built on farms in the last century.
"This is a very rationally planned community," adds Graizel.
CAI-NJ in recent years has been touted for ground-breaking legislative issues, and continuing to be a leader in preserving and enhancing the quality of planned community living through excellence in education and professional development.
"If someone wishes to have four fireplaces, and put the master suite on the first floor, we can do that and still maintain the uniform appearance of our carefully planned community."