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Project in planning in Brigham City, UT. March 2009

Project in planning in Brigham City, UT. March 2009

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Forest Street Corridor Forest Street Corridor Presentation Transcript

  • Forest Street Corridor
  • Forest Street Corridor
    • Previous Work Summary
    • Master Plan
    • Design Guidelines
    • Next Steps
  • Forest Street Corridor Concept Plan View slide
  • Forest Street Corridor Conceptual Master Plan View slide
  • Forest Street Corridor Illustrative Master Plan
    • 173,000 sq ft Retail
    • 2.1 million sq ft. Office/Commercial
  • Forrest Street Corridor Gateway Retail
  • Forest Street Corridor Gateway Retail - Northern Utah Welcome Center - Recreation-oriented retail - Nature Park
    • Hotel and Conference Center
    • RV Park
    • Future Retail Opportunities
  • Forest Street Corridor Crossroads Core
  • Forest Street Corridor Crossroads Core - Interpretive park
    • Pedestrian Oriented start-up/research space
    • Small scale retail and services
  • Forest Street Corridor Transit Oriented Village
  • Forest Street Corridor Transit Oriented Village - Transit oriented retail village - Transit oriented housing - Office / Research and Development
  • Forest Street Corridor Massing Studies
  • Forest Street Corridor Massing Studies
  • Forest Street Corridor Massing Studies
  • Forest Street Corridor Massing Studies
  • Forest Street Corridor Massing Studies
  • Forest Street Corridor Massing Studies
    • Design Guidelines
      • Urban Design
        • Building location defines and contains the street space. It concentrates and reinforces pedestrian activity and creates a sense of place
        • Building height and setback should be uniform to spatially define the street. Adequate space between structures and public spaces accommodates associated activities in a human-scaled environment.
    Forest Street Corridor
    • Design Guidelines
      • Architecture
    • The architecture should preserve and strengthen the character of the existing town and its neighborhoods, creating a compatible character in newly developed areas. It is not the intention to promote “historical reproductions” of any existing architectural style or building type. Developers and designers are free to explore new ideas, forms and materials. Designers and developers take time to understand the patterns inherent in the existing architectural character and design new structures that relate to the existing context
    Forest Street Corridor
  • Forest Street Corridor
    • Design Guidelines
      • Landscape Architecture
        • Plazas and other public spaces are active and vibrant places in the community. They are flexible to accommodate formal and informal events, as well as large and small-scale uses.
  • Forest Street Corridor
    • Design Guidelines
      • Environment
      • Storm-water management best management practices improve water quality and reduce the quantity of runoff after storm events. Successful practices will facilitate the movement and capture of storm water.
      • Lighting - Night Sky Protection
      • To reduce light pollution, glare and energy waste by directing light downward and to appropriate areas of need. Using appropriate lighting levels to employ proper methods of energy-efficient lighting that will establish both safety and community identity while respecting the night sky.
  • Forest Street Corridor Progress Report