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Building new homes on vacant land within a well established area is referred to as an infill project. There are many benefits to infill projects. One of the benefits to infill is less urban sprawl. Well designed infill adds to the neighborhood community. Another benefit is continuity of the neighborhood.
I believe the soul of neighborhoods is dependent on the history of the area including the history of the people and existing buildings. Preservation of the old should be of utmost importance, because once a building is torn down, it cannot be undone. But building thoughtfully designed projects on vacant lots in an existing neighborhood is important to a community too.
There are many infill neighborhoods to choose from in Tucson including: