Planned Community or Resort
Multifamily For-Sale Housing
Single-Family For-Sale Housing
Main street design
Single-family detached housing
Traditional neighborhood development
Middleton Hills is a master-planned community in a suburb of Madison, Wisconsin, that utilizes new urbanist and traditional neighborhood design principles. It consists of 428 residential units on a 154-acre (62-ha) site. With development starting in 1996, it is nearly built out and consists of homes and commercial buildings designed in the prairie, craftsman, and bungalow styles. It also features a commercial center that includes a full-service grocery store, but is designed in a pedestrian-friendly manner that honors the plan.
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Case Study/Profile Type: DCS
World Region: North America
Developer(s): Erdman Holdings Inc
Website (Dev.): http://www.erdmanholdings.com
Designer(s): Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company (DPZ)
Website (Des.): http://www.dpz.com