Some articles on master planned community, community, planned, master:
... Forest Lake was the first Master Planned Community within the municipality of Brisbane, Queensland ... Delfin Lend Lease, they are developing the adjacent Springfield Lakes Master Planned Community ... The development was the first modern day community to contain small lot product, a first during its time ...
... In the early history of the United States, planned communities were quite common St ... Augustine, planned in 1565, Jamestown, New Haven, Philadelphia, Williamsburg, Annapolis, and Savannah are examples of this trend ... The fortunes of this planned city have historically risen and fallen with those of the steel mill prosperous in the 1930s, the city has lost 55 percent of its ...
1960s when original developer Alan Lindsey began its development as a master planned community ... The original master plan, prepared by architect Victor Gruen, covered the area generally north of U.S ... Highway 50, and part of the area south of US 50 now considered to be part of the community ...
... An upgrade to eight lanes is planned with urgent demand between Leverkusen and Cologne An upgrade to eight lanes is planned with urgent demand near Frankfurt The ... to Kreuz Fürth/Erlangen is planned with further demand An upgrade to six lanes near Regensburg is planned with urgent demand ...
... Regional Rapid Railway provisional name), is planned to be a suburban railways' connector line, meant to replace and connect the lines of the existing suburban railways ...
Famous quotes containing the words community, master and/or planned:
“There is no finer investment for any community than putting milk into babies.”
—Winston Churchill (18741965)
“Alcohol doesnt console, it doesnt fill up anyones psychological gaps, all it replaces is the lack of God. It doesnt comfort man. On the contrary, it encourages him in his folly, it transports him to the supreme regions where he is master of his own destiny.”
—Marguerite Duras (b. 1914)
“If little planned is little sinned
But little need the grave distress.
Whats dying but a second wind?
How but in zig-zag wantonness
Could trumpeter Michael be so brave?”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)