Based on their property map http://ctr-ftw.com/P...Maps/Map01.html, looks like it will be pretty suburban to me.
Residential is completely segregated from the commercial. The residential is fill of cul-de-sacs where everyone is forced onto feeder roads that will be uninviting for people to walk down/across. Huge parking lots at the commercial side that will encourage the people that live "right across the street" to drive instead of walk ride.
A big thing for me, for any of these new developments to not be suburban would be for them to be built on an actual grid. When a neighborhood only has one or 2 roads in or out, it leads to all kinds of issues. Look at any older neighborhood built on a grid with numerous entry and exit points, and you don't have any where near the traffic issues of a modern suburb. It's amazing what having options can do.