Developers turn to plans of yesteryear for interactive communities

Dobie, Maureen
June 1994
Indianapolis Business Journal;6/27/94, Vol. 15 Issue 13, Home buying/renovation p3B
Highlights architects' development of plans for interactive communities in Indianapolis, Indiana. Disillusionment with models of suburbia; Features of a mixed-use development; Expensiveness of environmental planning; Offering of quality of life amenities.


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