NEW URBANISM, SMART GROWTH, & ANDRES DUANY: A CRITIQUE FROM SUBURBIA
Interesting critique of the New Urbanism, Smart Growth, and Andres Duany in New Geography.
"A few months ago, I stayed at the magnificent WaterColor Inn, which is in the neighborhood adjacent to Seaside. Watercolor is closer in feel to a suburban development's sense of space (more open), but WaterColor’s Town Center doesn't offer a large choice of restaurants, so Seaside serves as a destination. Other than a sign marking the border, one does not immediately feel as if Seaside and WaterColor are two very different developments."