Traditional Neighborhoods

Traditional Neighborhoods

The pedestrian scale, tree lined residential streets of a new urbanist neighborhood, along with businesses, gathering places and natural areas, creates a strong physical sense of place. In a complementary manner, the community network facilitates the interaction among a diverse array of people that helps bring the community to life. Social connectivity between businesses, workplaces and neighborhoods creates a social fabric that truly changes the way people live.

Noteworthy Traditional Neighborhood Developments such as Baldwin Park in Orlando and Westhaven in Franklin, TN are using Neighborware as a facilitator to effectively create those connections between residents and between residents and their community.

Neighborware sites are graphically customized to convey the truly unique character of each community. Community documents such as covenants, pattern books and Architectural Review Forms are conveniently available for download anytime in file archives. Calendars announcing the wide range of events and gathering opportunities typical of the community are available in a dynamic, engaging 24/7 format.