University of South Florida -- Tampa Library
Frank Starkey, a real estate developer, talks about his usage of "New Urbanism" in the development of the Longleaf community in Pasco County Florida. He discusses the ideas of "New Urbanism", the issues of urban sprawl, the cultural and environmental aspects of land, other experiments in "New Urbanism", the development of a charrette, issues with Longleaf, and his family's position on it. He also discusses the pressure from developers to sell their land holdings.
City planning, Neighborhoods, Florida, Pasco County
1 sound file ( 98 min.) : digital, MPEG4 file + ;
City planning; Neighborhoods
Florida; Pasco County
Oral history; Online audio; interview
University of South Florida
History | Oral History | Other History
Starkey, Frank, "Frank Starkey" (2008). West Central Florida Land Use Oral History Project. 13.