Faulkner Ridge is one of the neighborhoods in the Wilde Lake village of Columbia, Maryland. The planned community of Columbia was designed by The Rouse Company in the late 1960s. The community consists of ten self-contained villages which are recognized as the successful result of The Rouse Company’s planning.
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Housing development -- planned communites; Cities and towns -- Maryland -- Columbia; Land use -- Planning -- Planned communities; Land use -- Planning -- Suburbs; Shopping centers -- United States -- Maryland;
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Smolski, Chet, "Faulkner Ridge - Columbia, Maryland" (2011). Browse All. 333.
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