Using the concepts championed by New Urbanism, I designed a 120-acre planned unit development with a focus on inter-generational living and alternative transportation. My goal was to create a successful retail area integrated with a light rail station, along with dense and attractive housing options for all incomes and generations. To do this I situated the larger retail stores near the highly-visible northeast corner. Above the retail are apartments and office space. The light rail station is close to the main road for park-and-ride options. Surrounding the retail are blocks of townhouses, arranged with attractive shared open space in the center. A central common space features a library, which is situated across from a senior housing area. Thirty percent of the land, featuring rolling topography, was preserved as open space. Linear parks surrounding the dense retail core provide additional green space.