Commune Ground

New Agriculture-Focused Neighborhoods are Cropping up

With more people prioritizing sustainability and healthy living, real estate developers are rushing to build neighborhoods around a new amenity—a working farm. Known as agrihoods, these projects include both housing and land set aside for growing produce. While the idea has been around for over a decade, the latest iterations are meshing bucolic living with technology and luxury.
registered user content locked

Log in or join PMI to gain access

or Account Registration

Advertisement

Advertisement

Related Content

  • PM Network

    Firefight registered user content locked

    By Bishel, Ashley California, USA endured one of the worst wildfire seasons in the state's history in 2017, when more than 1.2 million acres (485,600 hectares) burned. Last year proved worse. Not only did 1.6 million…

  • PM Network

    More than Machines registered user content locked

    By Hendershot, Steve Mining companies want to strike it rich with technology -- and they're digging deep to transform. Driving the industry's zeal for digital is the desire to deliver an array of improvements: safer and…

  • PM Network

    Soak It In registered user content locked

    China has a tall tool to fight pollution. A 100-meter (328-foot) smog-sucking tower has improved air quality in Xi'an, a city in the northern province of Shaanxi that relies on industrial coal…

  • PM Network

    Change in the Air registered user content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah, The fight against climate change is at an inflection point. Leaders around the world have set bold targets to slash greenhouse gas emissions and slow global warming. An energy system based on…

  • PM Network

    Forward Charge registered user content locked

    By Greengard, Samuel The rules of the road are changing. Electric vehicles (EVs) are going to be cheaper to buy than internal combustion engine vehicles by 2029 and will outsell them by 2040, according to Bloomberg New…

Advertisement

Publishing or acceptance of an advertisement is neither a guarantee nor endorsement of the advertiser's product or service. View advertising policy.