The problem to be presented involves a new community development in the Washington D.C. area, in particular two and one-half miles east of Frederick, Maryland. The site is 2,200 acres of rolling farm and wood land, with a creek running the greatest length of the site. The community is planned for an ultimate population of 22,000 persons, or an overall density of ten persons per acre.
School of Architecture and Planning
First Committee Member (Chair)
Don Paul Schlegel
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
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