What is TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development)? ~ Stanley Homes
Traditional Neighborhood Development refers to the development of a complete neighborhood or town using traditional town planning principles. To qualify as a TND, a project should include a range of housing types, a network of well-connected streets and blocks, humane public spaces, and have amenities such as stores, schools, and places of worship within walking distance of residences.
Benefits of Living in a TND
- Creates walkable neighborhoods
- Brings life to communities by allowing mixtures of uses
- Encourages transportation mode options
- Protects open space
- Preserves “village center” and public spaces concept
- Creates communities designed for live, work and play
- Reduces vehicle congestion
For many families, living in a community that encompasses all of the above benefits, was something they could have only once dreamed of. Now Stanley Homes, Luxury Builder of Brevard & Volusia County has given the community two options.
Savannah Point, located in New Smyrna Beach at the Venetian Bay, encompasses a town center that serves as the heart of the entire community of Venetian Bay. The Town Center hosts a wide variety of community events, activities, restaurants and more to come!
Alamanda Key, a 55+ community located in Melbourne, has two sparkling lakes as well as an island-style clubhouse, pool, fitness center and tennis court. Front porches grace every home, so you can enjoy the outdoors and good conversation with your neighbors.
To find out more information, visit either one of these communities by clicking here or give us a call 321-684-7761!
East Coast, FL Home Builder Stanley Homes – Jason Stanley, OWNER Stanley Homes is one of the areas fastest growing new home builders. We specialize in affordable custom homes on the East Coast of Florida in areas including Melbourne, Fl., New Smyrna Beach, Fl., Suntree, Fl., Viera, Fl., Rockledge, Fl., Malabar, Fl., Titusville, Fl., and throughout Brevard & Volusia County, Fl. Call us 321-684-7761
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