Gallery: studioMAS Transforms Farmland Into Picture-Perfect Sustainable...

 
Those streets that have not been left unpaved will be paved with a porous, permeable material that allows proper seepage and staves off erosion.

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  1. lazyreader March 18, 2011 at 8:01 am

    Is this a concept or something they want to build. They don’t seem to have a lot of parking for all the people. Still I don’t care either way. I’ve been rather dismissive of new urbanism. But everyone knows if you don’t build enough parking spaces, no one will live, work or shop there. Even mixed used developments fail to understand convenient parking drives retail and residential, no matter how pedestrian friendly we try to make towns and cities. In Fort Worth for instance built a 10 story garage next to pretty historic office building but the garage has a facade to make it more attractive.

  2. seamusdubh March 17, 2011 at 5:09 pm

    I can understand the need of a city to expand at times. But rezoning agricultural to commercial or residential is not good.

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