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The community was designed by architects Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, of Miami. The town is notable for its strict adherence to New Urbanist principles, including a pedestrian-oriented street grid; mixed residential and commercial zoning; an emphasis on walkability over automobile dependency; the use of architectural styles from the early 20th century (including Mediterranean Revival architecture); public transit availability through trolleybuses or "trackless trains" (automated electric buses that run along a guideway); and extensive green space. Seaside has been featured in numerous books about new urbanism as well as magazines such as "Time", which named it one of America's 25 best beaches in 2005. It has also appeared on HGTV's show "If These Walls Could Talk 2". Seaside was built on land owned by Hilario Candela, who purchased it after World War II with plans to build homes there but never did so due to his death in 1965 at age 71.