D.C. area’s New Urbanism-inspired Kentlands celebrates 25th anniversary

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July 03, 2014

The Washington Post reports that Kentlands, a neighborhood conceived and built in the late 1980s in Maryland, recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. The Post explores whether the Kentlands achieved its New Urbanist aspirations, and how the community influenced and affected planning and development elsewhere in metropolitan Washington.
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