Maple Lawn is a mixed-use community built on the principles of Traditional Neighborhood Development – a town planning philosophy inspired by the small towns of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These small towns were distinctive, prosperous and thriving and, most of all, had a sense of community.
Maple Lawn, Maryland is that kind of place. It’s a place with award-wining architecture, where you can easily walk to shops, services and even to work. A place where large areas of open space are infused into the community, at the same time using architecture and other site/design elements to create the atmosphere of a small town. And it’s a place where you can find a unique mix of boutique shops and high quality restaurants unlike anywhere else.
At Maple Lawn, pedestrian-scaled neighborhoods with small blocks, varied housing styles and interconnected tree-lined streets encourage walking and interaction among people within six different neighborhoods with a total of 1,340 homes planned.
Corporate offices and medical/professional buildings provide jobs and services for Maple Lawn residents and for others nearby. Generous open spaces and recreational amenities, such as the Maple Lawn Community Center, offer opportunities to relax and rejuvenate that are a cut above those offered by most planned communities. The result is a more enjoyable, practical way of living, where families can live, work, shop, dine and spend quality time together.
Maple Lawn, Maryland is developed by Greenebaum and Rose Associates and is already being recognized as a special community with the following awards:
- 2006 Best In American Living Award for Best Smart Growth Community by Professional Builder Magazine & National Association of Home Builders
- 2006 Award of Excellence from National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), Maryland Chapter
- Best Office Mid-Rise
- Best Public Open Space
- 2005 Design Award from the Masonry Institute of Maryland
- Maple Lawn Community Center
- Exceptional Masonry Design
- 2006 Baltimore Business Journal
- Heavy Hitters Award
- Top Residential Development