This suburban development in Westchester County consists of twenty-seven units on the banks of Millpond Creek at the edge of the village of Larchmont. The intent was to create an environment that was interdependent with the village yet left the residents with their own autonomy. The master plan is made up of clusters of seven two-three bedroom units with layouts similar to that of urban row houses while taking advantage of the views of the landscape and the creek. The planning is efficient yet the interiors have open plans with double height spaces, cialis usa floor to ceiling glass, cialis sales roof top gardens and grade level terraces. Each home has a front stoop and covered car-port as well as garage. The rear of each unit is designed for maximum privacy with individual yards and access to a communal nature conservancy and boat launch. The homes are designed with passive solar heating and cooling and use the existing artesian wells as a geothermal heat-pump system. Within walking distance of the village, the units are to be LEED certified.