Madrid's El Viso Neighborhood Townhouse Styles

I recently had the chance to visit Madrid, and Francisco Garcia, Miami's Planning Director, suggested that I check out his childhood neighborhood, El Viso, which I did and added the photos to the Flickr pool (including map).  Mr. Garcia told me that the neighborhood was built by Spain's dictator Franco as an urban edge community, and then Madrid grew up around it.  In a city that has few continuous townhouse neighborhoods, El Viso an exception (though it is almost exclusively residential) and is composed of groups of three units in a pseudo-traditional style, groups of four units in a modern style with half-circle bays at the ends, and blocks of wide, tall, unadorned houses that happen to be attached.