Guest Blogger | Robert Steuteville
Smart growth allows for creation of quality public space, proximity to culture and civic amenities, and the connection to nature that is accessible on foot.
Guest Blogger | The St. Georges Hawk
St. Georges Technical High School was one of 17 schools from across Delaware to win a 2013 Reward and Recognition School Award, known informally as the state’s Academic Achievement Awards.
Guest Blogger | Courtney Michener
My entrepreneurial dreams were fostered and recognized by this town. My workday is filled with productive and meaningful contributions, from a prime location on Main Street. My grocery store trip and workout at the gym during lunch are embraced as small miracles in my busy life.
Guest Blogger | Steve Leone, AIA, LEED AP, BD+C
Not too long ago, a reference to the Golden Years was a reference to a past usefulness, to the beginning of an end. Today it’s an emphatic reference to a new beginning.
Guest Blogger | Mark Fields
The arts create an opportunity to come together for a shared emotional experience. Whether it’s a concert by the local glee club or the community theater group doing a play, a performance is a moment when we set aside whatever else is going on in our busy lives and experience the same thing…not as individuals but as a group.
Co-Founder | Brian DiSabatino
Restore some order from the chaos of media.
This is the grandmother of so many new communities. The idea of re-mixing residential, retail, recreation, etc., is refreshing!
This laid back community boasts some of the best tree lined streets. It could be a 4th of July postcard every day.
An inspiring seashore community, Rehoboth allows you to drop your car off and never need it again.
This vibrant community rises in the middle of a very rural area. We love the Irish Pub, corner store and volleyball.
There is so much to love about Seaside, but this image of the Post Office tells it all. The incorporation of civic buildings to create community is inspirational.
This town was created within the past ten years and the quaint commercial center is a big hit. In addition, local builders have shown their houses off and raise money for local charities. That is cool!
This is one of the best urban areas in Delaware. Within a five minute walk you can go to church, pick up a cup of coffee and a newspaper, meet for lunch at a pub, pick the kids up from school, fill a prescription and go for a jog. Now that is living!