My sense of new urbanism is that it's just for folks who are pretty well off. The developments tend to be more expensive and are in suburban greenfield development areas. We can look at Kentlands, Seaside, and Celebration and pretty much see that an average middle-income family could probably not live in a new urbanist neighborhood. Certainly, as a planner in my stage of his career, I could never afford one of those houses (not that I would want to, but that's another topic for another day). While thinking of the examples I cited above, does anyone out there know where new urbanism is being used to support low-income and affordable housing needs? I would imagine it's rather uncommon since the feasibility of new urbanist projects depend on the higher housing costs. Thanks!