More good news from the homefront. Karen Kane of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports in this article on Belle Vue Park, a new development in Cranberry Township, on the fringes of Pittsburgh’s metropolitan area and a real posterboy of suburban development. Belle Vue Park’s mixed housing types, including rowhouses and smaller homes, walkable community centers, and neighborhood commercial uses, are somewhat of a departure from Cranberry’s domminant large homes and strip commercial. I think it is a great move in the right direction and hope the rest of the community follows suit.
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