Weston shows the bucolic benefits of corporate-sponsored communality. The presence of Arvida, the city's main developer, is evident everywhere: the muted luxury of the homes, the carefully trimmed hedges, and the tidy appearance of nearly every street corner. The very welcome signs planted at the main entrances bear the logo "An Arvida Community" in three-inch-tall metal letters. Designers obviously mulled every detail before bricks were laid or the town voted to incorporate on... More >>>
By Michael McElroy
Michael Klein wanted to be part of a community. So he
built his own.