planned unit development

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planned unit development (PUD)

A project or subdivision that has individually owned parcels and homes,together with recreational or landscaping elements owned by a homeowners association and managed for the mutual benefit of all homeowners.

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The Income/Expense Analysis: Federally Assisted Apartments and Expense Analysis: Condominiums, Cooperatives, and Planned Unit Developments are available to IREM Members and non-members for $207.
Landmark is seeking to use the city's planned unit development process to deviate from the low-density residential rules and instead create housing that is taller and more dense.
Under a planned unit development, a developer can override some city planning requirements in return for clustering buildings and leaving open space or natural areas.
Environ-Metal argues that some city planning documents indicate the entire 122 acres is designated for low-density residential development, and thus should be zoned for low-density housing, clearing the way for the Sweet Home-based company to use the city's planned unit development process to cluster dense housing on some parts of the property and leave other parts as open space.
That was all in preparation for applying for the planned unit development.
29, 2013): The proposed Laurel Ridge planned unit development in Eugene would have 533 multifamily units and 75 single-family lots, for a total of 608 units.
This program targets medium to large scale planned unit developments including homeowners associations (HOA) and property owners associations (POA).
With this new offering, homeowners will have the ability to purchase or refinance single family and 2-unit owner occupied properties, one unit second homes, planned unit developments and rural properties of 10 acres or less.
Chapters discuss constitutional determinants of land use control, control of land use by zoning, environmental and agricultural land use regulations, equity issues in land use, the zoning process, subdivision controls and planned unit developments, growth management, and aesthetics (including historic preservation) as a regulatory purpose.
Compiled by IREM's Research Department, the data provides a detailed look at operating revenues and expenses for office buildings, conventional apartments, federally assisted apartments, condominiums, cooperatives and planned unit developments as well as shopping centers.
With nearly 200 major design awards under its belt, the firm has been recognized for its groundbreaking accomplishments in planned unit developments, including hillside and environmentally sensitive land planning.
Developers often shy away from planned unit developments because of their tremendous up-front political and financial costs: The deliberations are often politically charged, and the projects are scrutinized intensely by both planners and citizens.