Tiverton farm project wins New Urbanism award

THE DESIGN for a mixed-use artist community on the edge of the 200-acre Sandywood Farm in Tiverton has won an award for its application of New Urbanism concepts to a rural site. /
THE DESIGN for a mixed-use artist community on the edge of the 200-acre Sandywood Farm in Tiverton has won an award for its application of New Urbanism concepts to a rural site. /
The design for the $14 million mixed-use artist community on the 200-acre Sandywood Farm has garnered a 2007 Charter Award from the Congress for the New Urbanism New England. The farm, at 580 Cornell Road in Tiverton, has an application pending for affordable-housing state tax credits that would be awarded next January. “We’ve done a…

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