Current and Former Clients
EAST PARMENTER STREET
Newburgh, New York
New Urbanist developer LeylandAlliance LLC joined forces with Habitat of Humanity of Greater Newburgh to pioneer a mixed income, workforce, and Habitat of Humanity housing development on a one-acre site across the street from Washington’s Headquarters in historic Newburgh.
Developer KDA Development Corporation created a traditional neighborhood on a stunning piece of property in southern Maine just five miles from the vibrant city of Portland and within close proximity to natural recreation opportunities.
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Hot Springs Village is the largest gated community in the United Sates (similar in area to San Francisco), with 26,000 acres in land mass. The Village has a population of 13,510 and a total of 8,681 residences; 34,149 platted lots; 9 golf courses; and 11 recreational lakes.
LEYLAND ALLIANCE LLC
Tuxedo, New York
Based in Tuxedo, New York, LeylandAlliance is a New Urbanist development company that takes a leading role in creating traditional neighborhoods along the East Coast, with several neighborhoods currently under construction or in the planning and entitlement stages.
The coastal towns of Connecticut evoke the character, strength, and beauty of one of America’s great regions. They also served as the inspiration for a planned traditional neighborhood in Connecticut that was heralded by many as a gold standard for responsible coastal development.
Newburgh, New York
LeylandAlliance, City of Newburgh officials, and residents envisioned a vibrant new mixed-use neighborhood emerging from this public-private initiative. The goal was to create a place in which people could live, work, learn and play.
THE VILLAGE AT HENDRIX
Under development by the respected Hendrix College and bordering its beautiful campus in the heart of Conway, Arkansas, lies The Village of Hendrix, blending Southern heritage with thoughtful neighborhood planning.
TOWN OF WHITEHALL
The Town of Whitehall is a legacy project under development by Whitehall Ventures in southern New Castle County, Delaware, involving the development of approximately 1,000 acres of a 2,000 parcel and features a master plan by Placemakers.
Warwick, New York
Working with enlightened local officials, LeylandAlliance was able to create New York’s first traditional neighborhood zoning ordinance. Warwick Grove complements the Village of Warwick’s historic Main Street and its attractive mix of shops and restaurants.
Kernersville, North Carolina
Welden Village is a new Traditional Neighborhood Development conveniently situated between the cities of High Point, Greensboro, and Winston-Salem being developed by The Arden Group of Winston Salem, North Carolina.