Miramar's Town Center has been designed as a Traditional Neighborhood. Traditional Neighborhoods are based on the classic town layout and designs that have been used successfully for centuries throughout this country and beyond.
They are characterized by compact, pedestrian friendly communities of various populations; from the size of a village or town to a large City. Regardless of size, certain aspects are common throughout these communities. For example, it is expected that most of the necessities of daily life such as retail establishments (e.g., grocery stores, restaurants), services, employment, entertainment, and civic facilities will be within proximity to peoples homes, preferably within walking distance.
The central focus of these neighborhoods includes a public community center with a plaza or green; a transit stop where one can embark on travel outside of the neighborhood; and the retail/business core.