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Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Concord Riverwalk
Ideabooks905
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Riverwalk is a compact “pocket neighborhood” of 13 Net Zero possible homes, carefully designed with details and systems that enable energy-conscious residents to have all of their daily energy needs met by renewable, on-site solar collection. The market-rate cottages each feature 2 or 3 bedroom layouts
layouts and range from 1,340 to 1,760 sf. Building upon a site plan concept developed by celebrated cottage neighborhood planner Ross Chapin, Union was asked by the client to refine and expand the initial masterplan while developing the aesthetic and details for the Net Zero cottages themselves. Photos:
This is an AMAZING neighborhood!! If possible, I would give anything for a neighborhood with that layout!
“Cottages layout” — alliedrealtyinc
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
Ideabooks2,539
Questions3
Cool the neighborhood. Consider placing trees where they can shade driveways, sidewalks or other paved areas. According to the U.S. Forest Service Center for Urban Forest Research, neighborhoods with well-shaded streets can be up to 6 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than neighborhoods without street
TREES Cool the neighborhood. Consider placing trees where they can shade driveways, sidewalks or other paved areas. According to the U.S. Forest Service Center for Urban Forest Research, neighborhoods with well-shaded streets can be up to 6 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than neighborhoods without street
Cool the neighborhood. Consider placing trees where they can shade driveways, sidewalks or other paved areas. According to the U.S. Forest Service Center for Urban Forest Research, neighborhoods with well-shaded streets can be up to 6 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than neighborhoods without street
“The cottage is nestled behind grand oaks on an old brick-lined street just steps from the bay. When” — Julie Mahle
Christian Rice Architects, Inc.
7 Reviews
Flora Residence
Ideabooks8,394
Questions5
look out over the neighborhood. But keep in mind that if a front porch is raised up 30 inches or more from the ground, code requires a 36-inch-high guardrail for safety.A high perch can help you watch over the neighborhood, and a safe neighborhood is a happy and comfortable neighborhood. You've probably
probably heard of Neighborhood Watch programs — a front porch allows you to be an active member. Parents know more than anyone how important it is to have a safe place for raising kids. Just by sitting on the porch you can help deter crime and unwanted activity.
“Heat lamps in the ceiling” — the6thking
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Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks14,338
Questions10
local attractions? What do you enjoy about your neighborhood? Maybe there is a great café or farmer's market within walking distance, or a wonderful row of antiques shops, or a little-known gem of a museum. Shine the best possible light on your neighborhood to entice people who may know little about it
limits opportunities to meet other people in the community. But if that's the case in your neighborhood, the good news is that there's a simple solution: defining or building public spaces based on your neighborhood's needs.
“Cute apartment” — mtatumlattimore
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
The Rivendell Manor
Ideabooks47,396
Questions19
You can check neighborhood prices online as well. This will help you target your search and make the most of the time you spend house hunting with your agent. Just don’t rely on home valuation websites for the duration of the home buying process.“I like to be as specific as possible when looking at comps
they’re listed for and which sales are pending. If you’re working with an experienced agent, chances are, he or she has been tracking listings in your neighborhood for years, which is part of what makes him or her an expert on both current comps and how prices have fluctuated during the past few years.With
“The bottom line: Use every tool available to find out what homes are selling for in the neighborhood where you’d like to live.” — Christine TusherDo you wish the asking price was just the price, or do you love the thrill of negotiating? Either way
“So cute” — bouhenko
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Bon Ton Residence
Ideabooks33,051
Questions38
collapse; a long-neglected property finally just fell to pieces and left a vacant lot behind. The neighborhood is about 100 years old and contains a mix of styles from the era. In keeping with the neighborhood’s style, Dennee limited the facade to a simple vocabulary of just a few elements, then made the
“Dark exterior colors” — hollykoch
Becky Harris
Victorian Houses in Inman Park Atlanta
Ideabooks2,084
Questions7
Glorious home; such stature in the neighbourhood! The colour is perfect!
Inman Park NeighborhoodLocation: A mile from downtown, this neighborhood borders the funky Little Five Points area — great for shopping for vintage threads and live music — plus Cabbagetown and the Historic Old Fourth Ward.Noteworthy: Inman Park was Atlanta's first streetcar suburb.The neighborhood mixes
energy of the neighborhood with apartments, townhouses, single-family homes, shops, salons and great restaurants, and is a great example of well-designed urban infill. One of the first completed phases of the BeltLine and another large park cross right through the middle of the neighborhood. It also has
“Color” — jennylea123
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Concord Riverwalk
Ideabooks345
Questions1
Trade tools and skills. Be generous with smiles and be willing to lend a hand if it's needed. And you don't need to be part of a neighborhood watch to help keep your neighborhood feeling a bit safer — simply knowing your neighbors and occasionally chatting with them can go a long way. Let your immediate
and whether you will be having anyone stay at your home while you are gone. If your neighborhood doesn't already have any events, consider organizing one. Annual events like a block party, an open house or a neighborhood yard sale are a great way to build a sense of community and get to know your neighbors
neighbors. Tell us: Please share your tales of neighborliness in the Comments!More: 15 Ways to Make Your Neighborhood Better
“board variation” — kwander
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