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Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) – New Urbanism

Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) is a New Urbanist approach to designing cities, towns, and neighborhoods. Traditional, or Neo-traditional, planners, developers, architects, and designers try to reduce traffic and eliminate sprawl. Homes, shops, businesses, theaters, schools, parks, and other important services are placed within close proximity of each other to encourage walking. You are never more than an 8-minute walk to the Town Square. 

A New Urbanist neighborhood resembles an old European village with homes and businesses clustered together. Instead of driving on highways, residents of New Urbanist neighborhoods can walk to shops, businesses, theaters, schools, parks, and other important services. Buildings and recreational areas are arranged to foster a sense of community closeness.

Masterplan – Community Map

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Summary of Design Code

 

For a complete Summary of our Design Code please contact us.

Covenants and Restrictions

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Association Dues – Monthly dues for the Association is $75 per month or $225 per quarter or $900 per year. Association Dues covers the cost of common area landscaping and grass maintenance, insurance, common area utilities and general maintenance.

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From I-12: Take Exit 59 (Covington/Madisonville). Travel North on LA 21 for 1.2 miles. Turn left on to Bootlegger Road/LA 1085 at 3rd traffic light (Resource Bank on left corner). Terra Bella Boulevard is one mile ahead on the right. Located just 10 miles from the Causeway bridge.

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