Sprawling New Urbanism

Defining conventional wisdom, a sprawling community Weston, Florida has managed to integrate suburbia with new urbanism.
December 5, 2001, 6am PST | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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"Weston also affronts advocates of new urbanism who say its location away from an urban center, its porchless homes, cul-de-sacs and curvilinear roads trample on the holiest principles of community-building design. It's the type of place, the new urbanists say, that fosters an over-dependence on cars and engenders long commutes, alienation and suicidal teen-agers."

Thanks to The Practice of New Urbanism

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Published on Tuesday, December 4, 2001 in The Florida Times-Union


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