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Powerful Residential Buildings Suggested Above Urban Transport Hubs

Urban Alloy is a modern structural design created by Chad Kellogg and Matt Bowles of AMLGM as a way to consistently enhance and increase upon urban growth in dynamic places like New York. The developers have proposed a idea that makes use of lost places above intersections points and transportation infrastructures.

"Urbanist’s have long recognized the benefits of greater real estate solidity near public transit locations," AMLGM describes. "Urban Metal suggests the progression of this idea by finding the system straight on the crossing points between area and elevated train lines."

By obtaining these untouched places, AMLGM considers that they can increase on a town's potential for places and allow for even more urban growth. Plus, as a benefit to citizens, the modern designs will provide top quality and personalized living spaces that are different and unique from one building to the next.

AMLGM Urban Alloy

Source : AMLGM website

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