Business District Revitalization, Urban Corridor Redevelopment Planning, Urban Design and Strategic Investment Planning of a 70-acre district which lacked a sense of place.
An innovative “reverse process” approach was used to generate public input in the initial planning phase.
The project established priorities and guidelines for creating public spaces and opportunities to increase density around those spaces.
Form based guidelines were created in the catalytic opportunity zones to encourage greater intensity of use.
The interest generated by the process itself translated into several projects entering the feasibility phase even as the planning process was still underway.