Feature article on "in-fill" development, an alternative to urban sprawl and lar
Feature article on "in-fill" development, an alternative to urban sprawl and large lot zoning which utilizes overlooked land in existing neighborhoods as building sites for new homes. Owners and developers mentioned include Charles Canning and his builder Richard Paradee, who built a three-story town house in Hallowell, Joe Waltman, a designer-builder in Yarmouth, who is building a new house in an established section of Falmouth, and Ric Weinschenk, a developer who has built Elizabeth Farms, Cottage Park, and Summer Place, and who is currently turning a vacant lot in Portland's Westgate neighborhood into the Willow project. Weinschenk believes in cluster housing and tries to build affordable homes with a stylistic flair. With related article on the downtown of Hallowell, which has retained a vital nucleus.
Growth, Real estate development
Beem, Edgar Allen, "Feature article on "in-fill" development, an alternative to urban sprawl and lar" (1998). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3043.