Proponents of the New Urbanism include within their objectives alternatives to the alienating American suburbs which involve an architecture of community and forms of housing and urban settings which are meant to deliver meaningful alternatives to the typical suburbs. The physical manifestations of these objectives, real suburbs developed along the lines of the New Urbanism, are now sufficiently established to enable analysis. This paper examines the physical results and implications of one of these suburbs with the intent of providing a framework for discussion about where these developments may be leading