I'm sure everyone is tired of reading and hearing about New Urbanism, however, I'm just wondering if it is really the new architecture of this century. I'm a planner in an area that acutally has a new urbanist development and I must say it's impressive to visit. It brings more than just another neighborhood.
This being said, is this form of design over rated, is it just Disneyworld without Mr. Toads Wild Ride?
The walkable and neo-traditional aspects are great, but there seems to be a little
more that makes these places actually special.
CrabKey is the island where James Bond met Honey Ryder while she was collecting shells and they thwarted the evil Dr. No.