Titanium Builders and Development owner Touraj Vedadi believes that creating communities where people live close to the places they work, purchase goods and engage in recreational activities is the wave of the future. Indeed, the concept of developing communities where people form close ties to one another is gaining ground. Crime, pollution, urban sprawl and questionable food sources have taken a toll on the health and well-being of millions. Touraj Jason Vedadi believes it’s time for a change.
The Live, Work and Play Community Concept
The live, work and play community idea is something of a throwback. Before people had the ability to easily travel long distances, they typically stayed in their hometowns and raised their families. Locally-owned neighborhood grocery and department stores supplied goods, nearby farms provided dairy and produce, communities ran libraries and local residents owned movie theaters and other entertainment venues. Residents knew one another and stepped in to help. The live, work and play idea is an old-fashioned concept, adapted to work in today’s changing world.
In its simplest form, live, work and play communities take shops, restaurants, businesses, support organizations, cultural activities, recreational opportunities and residential living areas and place them in one compact area. Long commutes to work are eliminated. Parks provide ample space for adults and children to enjoy the outdoors. Residents are within walking or bicycling distance of work and recreational facilities, promoting a healthy lifestyle. Because of the smaller area, people tend to get to know each other and have a vested interest in the health and well being of the community as a whole. Communities built for people, rather than vehicles and businesses, are designed to reduce stress, increase overall happiness and encourage physical activity.
Developing Live, Work and Play Communities
Titanium Builders and Development is a premier building and developing company that is at the forefront when it comes to live, work and play communities. The company’s founder, Touraj Vedadi, strongly believes that sustainable live, work and play communities are the keys to dealing with today’s health and environmental problems, as well as an important step toward making the world better for future generations.
Because of the recent economic downturn, these communities are becoming a trend as decaying cities begin reorganizing and changing. Many empty downtown areas are being turned into viable communities. New residents and supports services are moving into what was once empty commercial space. Titanium Builders and Development is responsible for thriving communities, such as the 550-acre Master Plan Community in Williston, North Dakota, and the 300-acre Master Plan Community in Watford City, North Dakota. With housing that fits every budget and lifestyle, golf courses, shopping centers and medical facilities, residents have everything they need in one beautiful and modern location.
Live, work and play communities are gaining ground across the United States. Reducing pollution, pouring money back into local businesses and encouraging citizen health provides a ripple effect that reaches far beyond the community itself. By facing the health problems and environmental issues head on, developers like Titanium Builders and Developers are taking the lead in ensuring a healthier and happier future for all.