Private neighborhood structures with road designs dependent on hexagonal squares were proposed by a few organizers in the mid twentieth century. Urban fashioners such as Charles Lamb, Noulan Cauchon and Barry Parker exhibited the monetary points of interest furthermore, effcient arrive utilize produced by hexagonal plans. By 1930, hexagonal arranging was a main hypothetical option in contrast to the rectangular matrix for private subdivisions, be that as it may, it was dislodged by the circle and parkway show created in Radburn, New Jersey, by Clarence Stein and Henry Wright. The paper sequentially surveys the different hexagonal arranging plans and their architects. It thinks about the preferences and hindrances of hexagons, utilizing their planners’ very own words and illustrations.