Don't know why I never posted these. When I lived in Lafayette Louisiana for a few months last year I lived in a new urbanism development called River Ranch. It's a huge development built completely in historical urban styles. Parts of it are better than others but overall the entire 400 acre or so project is built like a traditional city.
This is just a tiny portion of the development and it's still got a lot of room to grow and build up.
Heres a pdf of their master plan. http://www.riverranchdev.com/files/r...rplan_8_19.pdf
Its one of the most well done new urbanist developments I know of. The only one that beats it is The Village at Hendrix in Conway, Arkansas. Ive posted photos of that one somewhere earlier on this thread (pg. 11).