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A university community in the Midwest will need to increase in density to accommodate an expanding population. This design thesis examines how density and growth can be accomplished while improving the quality of life for the inhabitants. If the city continues to rely on private automobile use and un-strategic development it will become congested and fail to be a livable community. A strategy that will tie transit and development together will allow this area to increase in density and maintain a high quality of life.