New York Times Magazine Article

The following article in the NY Times Magazine this past weekend is quite balanced and good. The part that that cannot be grasped in a brief interview relates to the fact that New Urbanist communities such as Hammond’s Ferry, through significant investment in both the physical public realm as well as the cultural realm through which people interact and recreate, delivers more than compensation for the human environment which is so egregiously lacking in suburban America. Smaller homes by themselves are not the answer to today’s housing crisis or to or suburban dilemma. They are a new commodity, however , and, if designed properly, can deliver a very practical alternative to the oversized homes of the last boom.   They truly make sense in a place like Hammond’s Ferry where the community itself supplants the few luxuries sacrificed in a smaller home.   At least in a New Urbanist community you are not going to get sued for building one. Please read the attached.

One Response to New York Times Magazine Article

  1. red apples August 3, 2012 at 1:51 pm #

    Interestingly scanning the op’s topic everyone will accept this as its real and it is nice seeing a man that’s blogging this on the internet
    to read

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