Just a few miles from Seaside, Rosemary Beach, was founded on the same principles
of New Urbanism, but incorporat es a very different architectu ral style. More full-time residents can be found at Rosemary Beach, though it is still a resort town like Seaside. WPBT’s Imagining A New Florida crew spent an afternoon capturing life in the quiet beach village.
The newest “New Urbanist” community in the Florida panhandle,
Alys Beach is made for luxury living, even moreso than Seaside & Rosemary Beach, and was built with durability & sustainabi lity in mind. Self-procl aimed “Town Evangelist ” Mike Ragsdale gives WPBT’S Imagining A New Florida crew a quick a tour of the pool area.
WPBT’s Imagining A New Florida crew spends a day shooting in Seaside, a coastal beach town on Florida’s northwest coast. The developers of Seaside utilized traditional architecture, street layouts, & public squares modeled after a ‘small town ideal’ to create what is now considered the birthplace of New Urbanism.
Here is a deleted scene which features the Dade City Train Museum located in Dade City, Florida.