Ryan Gravel, AICP
Senior Associate
Perkins+Will
CEOs for Cities
The Urban Leaders Summit
Detroit, Michigan : November 8, 2...
Special Collections Department, Pullen Library, Georgia State University
Atlanta
3
Special Collections Department, Pullen Library, Georgia State University
Atlanta
Atlanta
Georgia
$64 - $56 = $8
Align Infrastructure with Vision
What kindof city do we want?
region
place
neighborhood
state
country
Developing new solutions to the problems created by a sprawl-dominated
landscape will require a new thinking, and ultimate...
22
2-3
45
100,000
Walter Hunziker, architect
Atlanta
New York
SanFrancisco
Detroit
VISION
LEADERSHIP
GRASSROOTS
GROWTH
FEASIBILITY
POLITICS
FUNDING
1. Transportation
2. Economic Development
3. Greenspace
+ New Parks
+ Affordable Housing
+ Community
Stabilization
+ Preservation
+ Arboretum
+ Public Art
+ Sustainable Design
+ Public Health
+ Street Framework
Paris - Haussmann
New York – Moses/Jacobs
Atlanta BeltLine
Oglethorpe’s Plan for Savannah(1734)
33
Commissioners’ Plan for Manhattan (1811)
Atlanta BeltLine
Atlanta BeltLine
Atlanta BeltLine
Atlanta BeltLine
Atlanta BeltLine
Atlanta BeltLine
Atlanta BeltLine
Atlanta BeltLine
Ryan Gravel, AICP
Senior Associate
Perkins+Will
ryan.gravel@perkinswill.com
404-786-9761
Atlanta, Georgia
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will
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  • Title slide
  • Our opportunity for change comes because we’re changing anyway.
  • If you’re not from Atlanta, this may be how you know us.
  • It starts to change the way we think about Atlanta – begin the kind of cultural shift that is required to start building a more sustainable future.
  • Add railroads and use bl planning area to highlight
  • Remake this series with magenta non-faded line
  • Use bl planning area to highlight
  • Tie back to story of Savannah – framework accommodates multiple futures that we can’t possibly predict
  • Case Study: Adair Park, Pittsburgh, Capitol View, CV Manor
  • Case Study: BeltLine Transit + Trail
  • Case Study: Greenway Expansion
  • Case Study: Infill Development
  • Case Study: New Street Framework
  • Case Study: Public Space Enhancements
  • Case Study: New Compact Mixed-Use Districts
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  • Capturing Hidden Value in Local Assets - Ryan Gravel, Senior Associate with Perkins+Will

    1. 1. Ryan Gravel, AICP Senior Associate Perkins+Will CEOs for Cities The Urban Leaders Summit Detroit, Michigan : November 8, 2010
    2. 2. Special Collections Department, Pullen Library, Georgia State University Atlanta
    3. 3. 3 Special Collections Department, Pullen Library, Georgia State University Atlanta
    4. 4. Atlanta
    5. 5. Georgia $64 - $56 = $8
    6. 6. Align Infrastructure with Vision
    7. 7. What kindof city do we want? region place neighborhood state country
    8. 8. Developing new solutions to the problems created by a sprawl-dominated landscape will require a new thinking, and ultimately, anewkindofcity. The BeltLine will changethewaywethinkaboutAtlanta.
    9. 9. 22 2-3 45 100,000
    10. 10. Walter Hunziker, architect
    11. 11. Atlanta
    12. 12. New York
    13. 13. SanFrancisco
    14. 14. Detroit
    15. 15. VISION LEADERSHIP GRASSROOTS GROWTH FEASIBILITY POLITICS FUNDING
    16. 16. 1. Transportation
    17. 17. 2. Economic Development
    18. 18. 3. Greenspace
    19. 19. + New Parks + Affordable Housing + Community Stabilization
    20. 20. + Preservation + Arboretum + Public Art
    21. 21. + Sustainable Design + Public Health + Street Framework
    22. 22. Paris - Haussmann
    23. 23. New York – Moses/Jacobs
    24. 24. Atlanta BeltLine
    25. 25. Oglethorpe’s Plan for Savannah(1734) 33
    26. 26. Commissioners’ Plan for Manhattan (1811)
    27. 27. Atlanta BeltLine
    28. 28. Atlanta BeltLine
    29. 29. Atlanta BeltLine
    30. 30. Atlanta BeltLine
    31. 31. Atlanta BeltLine
    32. 32. Atlanta BeltLine
    33. 33. Atlanta BeltLine
    34. 34. Atlanta BeltLine
    35. 35. Ryan Gravel, AICP Senior Associate Perkins+Will ryan.gravel@perkinswill.com 404-786-9761 Atlanta, Georgia

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