||The new infrastructure of digital telecommunication and ubiquitous computation enables people to work, communicate, and entertain via electronic networks from their living places. Therefore, understanding the nature and design of digitally supported neighborhoods is likely to emerge as an increasingly important research question. This study investigates how neighborhoods in Melbourne can be more appropriately designed for new technologies and other convenience, especially for new residents with different life styles. It adopts Sidney Brower’s (1996) typology of neighborhoods and explores social, spatial and technological implications of new emergent lifestyles, according to Clifford’s (2002) classification, on every type. Key Words – Digitally Supported Neighborhoods, Implication of Modern ICTs, Telecommunication Based Lifestyles, Typology, Scenario Based Study.