Place attachment shares a number of key parallels with interpersonal attachment. The present chapter revisits our initial comparison that was included in the previous edition of this book; updates it in light of recent research findings, trends, and applications; and offers an agenda for future research. Specifically, place attachment and interpersonal attachment share core defining features of proximity-maintenance, safe haven, secure base, and separation distress, but these features differ somewhat in terms of how they are expressed. Compared to interpersonal attachment, less is known about the development of place attachment. Although research on place attachment types is proving fruitful, evidence to date does not support the existence of parallel place attachment and interpersonal attachment styles. Thus, comparisons between the two theories may inspire future research, provided that researchers cautiously consider the limits to drawing such comparisons.