Wow! What a place!
The only Cyburbia thread I could find was closed earlier this year.
Just got back from a weekend there.
Now a city of 80,000 inside 28,000 square acres with many walking-bike trails, village swimming pools, a newly created "small town street scene" and a typical mall with outside the mall shops and stores. A couple of buildings about a dozen stories high adjacent to a lake with a winding waterway with a water taxi, and another one under construction. It has two hospitals, multiple schools, a junior college, a symphony, (ZZTopp was playing there this at their outdoor theatre this weekend), outdoor sculptures, fountains, etc. It has a fire department, mounted police department, etc.
Really well done landscaping and buffer zones and controlled signage.
A few outsiders I talked to highly recommended it as a place to live. I concur.
Although not self sufficient (no industry), it has many wonderful opportunities to work and live within the same community.
It has a website at thewoodlands.com but it does not have much info for planners.
I guess you have to be there to appreciate it.
I plan to share what I found with our Planning Commission, and would appreciate any Cyburbia feedback on The Woodlands, TX.