Another shibboleth still has life:
The totalizing mentality here hasn’t served urban spaces very well in the past. Urban renewal “could be implemented in other places in just about any context” too. I distrust anyone who claims to have a one-size fits all idea about creating cities. I may be overblowing this, but it definitely caught my attention. (italics added)Urban Planning
ALL walkable neighborhoods are built with the same spatial DNA. In fact “one-size fits all ” very much describes all walkable neighborhoods. Just go look. Don't look at the awnings or the colors or the pavement; look at the relationship of
It's basically all the same everywhere you'd want to walk with only very minor variations, all on the same theme.