What makes a great place?
We know a great place when we see it, when we experience it, yet when asked to define those points of greatness we often draw a blank. The fact is great places simply defy explanation. Why is that?
From my point of view, truly great places are seldom about one thing, like great architecture, expansive parks or the amazing fountain in the center of town. Instead, great places are the result of blending artfully crafted built environments with the vibrancy that only people can provide. Bottom line — great places are really about you and me.
Eastmark is designed with complete dedication to the idea that communities should be places where people love to be – love to live. An indelible hallmark of DMB communities is the dynamic social infrastructure that is in place from day one. You see it at other signature DMB communities. At Verrado. At Marley Park. At DC Ranch.
Our core belief is that a community—a genuine community—should have energy, vibrancy and a human connection. If a community is to be connected, then the developers of that community should build an “interaction infrastructure” into the plans just as they build in roads, schools and parks. That’s why the Eastmark land plan gives the community a practical sense of structure and smart organization, but the Eastmark way-of-life plan gives the community energy.
A connected community feels right, lives well and functions brilliantly. It is an old-fashioned idea infused into a new breed of community that results in a fresh, dynamic way of living.
Suzanne Walden-Wells is the Director of Community Life at Eastmark, the heart and hub of the East Valley and DMB Associates’ newest community. Suzanne and her team are responsible for crafting authentic experiences that make life at Eastmark fresh and engaging.
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