Cluster housing


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Cluster housing

Suburban, medium-density apartment or row-house complexes.

cluster housing

Dwellings grouped closely together to form relatively compact units. The space between clusters usually is allocated to pedestrian circulation and cooperative recreational use. This pattern normally results in a higher density of land use than that of a conventional subdivision layout.
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De Blasio's Tuesday plan called for nearly $300 million to be allocated from the city's budget towards creating "high quality" shelters to completely eliminate the prevalence of hotel rooms and cluster housing in the next five years.
Which is perhaps one reason a handful of developers have pushed for cluster housing as an alternative to traditional garage-front subdivisions.
They have been building tiny houses--ranging from 300 to 1,000 square feet in size--for 15-plus years and are active in promoting conservation subdivisions, cluster housing, and ecologically healthy home construction.
The several types of housing that are addressed in this section provide some help for the novice in understanding what is generally meant by a condominium and a cooperative and the difference between such terms manufactured housing and cluster housing.
During the past several years, Fogelstrom and his development company have put together a cluster housing development on one of the most interesting and unusual sites in Eugene.
Since the 1999 report, the Royal Canadian Legion has been developing a program of cluster housing.
Wildlife concerns and the presence of cluster housing in Placerita Canyon are moving to the forefront of debate as a developer seeks city approval and annexation of an 866-home project.
And in Singapore, Bedmar & Shi's cluster housing is a subtle yet inventive reinterpretation of tropical archetypes.
Astronomers had also found that the parent Abell cluster housing the cD galaxy exhibits a similar behavior -- it tends to emit light toward a neighboring cluster located no more than 150 million light-years away.
CAI is a non-profit educational and resource organization formed in 1973 to distribute guidance on homeowner associations and their shared facilities in condominiums, cluster housing, planned unit developments and open space communities.
Contract Notice: The Health Board is seeking bids from providers to support a number of vulnerable adults who may have a learning disability, mental health issues, physical disabilities and/or autism spectrum conditions in their own tenancies within a cluster housing setting in Caithness.
The evolution of cluster housing has been fascinating to watch as well.