In this article, Patricia M. Murret reports on the 20th anniversary of Kentlands, one of the earliest New Urbanist developments. I think this is important because it shows the continued vitality of these developments and their staying power over time. Many studies have been done on Kentlands and how it relates to conventional development in the area, and it has proven to be a strong community with healthy residents. We can only hope that more like it are built.
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