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Assuming there is no unused space (units sit butted-up to each other), you can fit 136.125 units into 5 acres.

Q: How many 1600 sq ft units can you fit in 5 acres?

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0.0123553 acres.

It depends on the dimensions of the cube.

15000 acres = 653,400,000 sq ft So 653400000/3000 = 217,800 homes of 3000 sq ft each will fit. But most of them will have no access, because the homes will use up all the acreage.

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