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Florida's Planned Communities


Photo: Martha Camarillo

Can you visit Florida's New Urbanist towns, with their squeaky-clean cultivated charm, and have as authentic an experience as you can in organically grown communities? Read the article

Inspired by: Driving: Florida’s New Urbanist Experiments — by Karrie Jacobs, Published Jan. 2007

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    Hotel Astor

    This Art Deco hotel in South Beach is just two blocks from the famed Ocean Drive and the beach. Reflecting its location in the Art Deco District, t

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    WaterColor Inn & Resort

    Situated on nearly 500 acres of powdery, white-sand beaches and secluded pine forests, the David Rockwell-designed WaterColor Inn & Resort contains

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    Rosemary Beach Cottages

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    The Pensione

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    Josephine's Bed & Breakfast

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    Dreamland Heights

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    Herlong Mansion

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    Bohemian Hotel Celebration

    Formerly the Celebration Hotel.

    The three-story property faces the lake and outdoor swimming pool on one side, and a tree-lined street on the othe

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