Tonight I was switching channels and came across my local Upper Merion township TV, a caption at the top of the tv screen caught my attention, it said "traditional neighborhood development", it was a presentational video of a new TND project in King of Prussia, PA, some guy was talking about a walkable traditional community, a cup of coffee in the neighbourhood, restaurants, nearby shopping, stuff like that, he said, you go 100 miles in any direction and you won't find a place like that, and that he was very excited to be a part of this project.
When it finished I looked up this project on the internet and it appeared to be nothing more than an outdoor mall/lifestyle center with a significant amount of residential units though. The location of the future "TND" is surrounded by four limited access highways and everything around this site is as unwalkable as it gets, if you live there you will be able to walk to the high-end stores in the restaurants (i imagine retail rent would be very high, it's located next to the K.o.P. mall) and nothing else, no grocery, no pharmacy or anything. So it's basically like living in the mall. They had to go through the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to get rezoning approved. What's the point?
Their websites do not mention TND, but the TV program used it to market the project to township residents. I think it's very sad, projects like this will pervert and kill the idea in the end.