Transcript of "Potential Impacts of TOD in the Middle East Neighborhood, Baltimore, Maryland"
Transit-Oriented Development Potential Impacts of TOD in the Middle East Neighborhood, Baltimore, Maryland State Center TOD Plan, Baltimore. Courtesy of Parsons Brinckerhoff.Andrew Giraldi ENST 738 5/8/12
S tud y A re a fo r TO D N • Vacant buildings and lots. • Economically depressed.Madison • Socially distressed.SquareStation
Potential Land Use ArrangementVa c a n t B u ild in g s Va c a n t L o t s Land Uses N • Residential N • Commercial/Retail • Mixed-Use
Redevelopment Potential within Quarter Mile Va c a n t B u ild in g s Va c a n t L o t s N N
Conclusions• Provide a great urban and transit experience.• Unrealized potential.• Conserve resources.• Equity matters. Factors that affect the realization of a VISION!
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