New Urbanism Spreads In Florida Panhandle

The largest private landowner in Florida keeps up the pace of development in a slow economy.
November 25, 2001, 5am PST | Abhijeet Chavan | @legalaidtech
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"WaterColor, a 500-acre development in Walton County...is wedged between the sand dunes of Grayton Beach State Park and the 80-acre Seaside community, a widely acclaimed example of 'new urbanism' designed as a throwback to small-town America... WaterColor is patterned closely after Seaside, where pastel-painted homes feature towers, tin roofs, front porches and picket fences, all within walking distance of stores, restaurants and other businesses."

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Published on Monday, November 19, 2001 in Tallahassee Democrat

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