Hartness has been designed according to the principles of Traditional Neighborhood Development, which is a development approach modeled on the way cities and towns were built for hundreds of years before the mid-20th century. Walkable blocks and streets kept homes close to daily conveniences, public spaces and nature. Homes were built closer to each other near the village center, while home sites got gradually larger as the town reached its natural edge.
At Hartness, you’ll experience that same thoughtfulness of design and planning as the beautiful hardscape of the Village Center’s plazas, restaurants, shops and condominiums transitions through a pedestrian network of passages and walkways into the softer landscaping of “green streets” and gardens, ultimately leading to the nature preserve. The result will be a community that is a pleasure to experience for both visitors and residents.