Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Here Comes The Neighborhood.

Here Comes The Neighborhood

While driving around looking for new shots, I kept coming across new homes being built. Kyle actually has gone from a community of 5,300 in 2000 (almost 1,500 homes) to over 17,000 in 2005. In fact, the neighborhood in which I live currently has about 1,300 homes and it's only 1/4 developed....

This photo was not taken in my neighborhood though, this is A KB Home in the 'Waterleaf" subdivision on the east side of the highway. You can click on the photo to get to their Web site.

From the site:
Love parks? Then you’ll love Waterleaf - a one-of-a-kind, master-planned community with a gorgeous 20-acre public, city park with baseball and soccer fields, jogging and hiking trails and playgrounds.

3 comments:

Marie McC said...

New housing is going up like this all over. Celine had something about it on Stayton DP. Carol in Chattanooga had something recently, too. It's kinda scary to imagine, if this is what it's like now, what will things be like in 15 or 20 years? Will there be any empty spaces left?

santy said...

no trees being planted?

SeanclaesDOTcom said...

The trees come after the construction... usually it's 2 in the front and 1 in the back.

My yard in the Plum Creek Neighborhood (plumcreektx.com) has 3 in the front and 1 in the back... as we get "street trees" down the block. It's going to look great in about 10 years when they are all climbable.

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