While I couldn’t find any links online to corroborate my answer, in studying for my Community Development degree I did read about many instances where the water/sewage infrastructure is put in place before development begins in an area, sometimes to lure development there. Sprawl and suburban development are notorious for this, and when highways are put in often water pipes are brought in alongside with the assumption that development will take place there.
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