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WATERFRONT MARKETSOUTH PORTLAND, MAINEPROPOSAL FOR A VIBRANT COMMUNITY re-DEVELOPMENT   JUNE 15, 2011<br />Sergio Gaddar, ...
HUMANSCALE<br />Principle 1<br />Lack of physical proportion<br />No sense of community<br />Art in the Park (summer)<br /...
Ecological responsePrinciple2<br />…storm water and precipitation drainage from paved roads are partially discharge to wet...
Pedestrianism<br />Principle3<br />Lack of bicycle path <br />Bricked sidewalk isn’t adequate neither friendly to walk <br...
Open space<br />Principle4<br />They are ineffective, and appear unbalanced as they relate to buildings and parking lots. ...
Community core<br />Principle5<br />Designated as a Village District with Residential housing, Business offices and Retail...
LEGION   SQUARE<br />Knightville  Neighborhood<br />(“ethereal”)<br />
Lack of visual terminations, hierarchical network, trees, proportions and dimensions<br />Building facades, while diverse,...
Variation<br />Principle7<br />Visual configurations and street layout are invasive. The automobile is the predominant ele...
Mixed usePrinciple8<br />… exists, but lacks integration. The recently renovated gazebo in Millcreek Park is a very attrac...
Existing structures were built unconditionally in terms of architectural guidelines. City’s Comprehensive Plan (under cons...
BOSTON<br />Spain<br />DENMARK<br />GERMANY<br />
Maintenance<br />Principle10<br />Private-administrated parking lots, public-administrated structures, streets and sidewal...
Increasing density<br />OCEAN ST – THOMAS ST<br />SERVICE LANE<br />Creating mixed-use facilities<br />
GREEN URBAN DESIGN<br />GREEN ARCHITECTURE<br />COMMUNITY OUTREACH<br />CONSERVATION<br />ENERGY & RESOURCES<br />LAND USE...
Sustainable 	character<br />The City of SP has some strategies in place: recycling and reusing programs, water conservatio...
“…discover the direction of renewal by understanding the past and present character of the area.”<br />
Aerial view<br />A-1<br />
PROPOSAL<br />A-2<br />
SITE<br />A-2<br />
SITE<br />A-3<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-4<br />
Hannaford Store - Millcreek<br />A-5<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-6<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-7<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-8<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-9<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-10<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-11<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-12<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-13<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-14<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-15<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-16<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-17<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-18<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-19<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-20<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-21<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-22<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-23<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-24<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-25<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-26<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-27<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-28<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-29<br />
Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-30<br />
CAMPECHE<br />BARCELONA<br />MEXICO CITY<br />MONTGOMERY<br />Solutions that work<br />Design<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization <br />A-31<br />
Waterfront Market– Revitalization<br />A-32<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-33<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-34<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-35<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-36<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-37<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-38<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-39<br />
denmark<br />CARIBBEAN<br />MEXICO<br />Outdoor Spaces <br />Design<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-40<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-41<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-42<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-43<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-44<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-45<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-46<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-47<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-48<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-49<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-50<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-51<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-52<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-53<br />
Barcelona<br />London<br />MEXICO city<br />Creating Landmarks<br />Design<br />
Portland Harbor<br />Natural Beauty<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-54<br />
Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-55<br />
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  1. 1. WATERFRONT MARKETSOUTH PORTLAND, MAINEPROPOSAL FOR A VIBRANT COMMUNITY re-DEVELOPMENT JUNE 15, 2011<br />Sergio Gaddar, AIA LEED© AP BD+C<br />Graduate Studies, CPD Masters program<br />Muskie School of Public Service, USM<br />
  2. 2. HUMANSCALE<br />Principle 1<br />Lack of physical proportion<br />No sense of community<br />Art in the Park (summer)<br />Holiday Tree Lighting (winter)<br />Greenbelt (walkpath)<br />Crosswalk with narrow sidewalk<br />
  3. 3. Ecological responsePrinciple2<br />…storm water and precipitation drainage from paved roads are partially discharge to wetlands. Primary use of land is dedicated to parking.<br />
  4. 4. Pedestrianism<br />Principle3<br />Lack of bicycle path <br />Bricked sidewalk isn’t adequate neither friendly to walk <br />There is a hazardous bridge section with open rail to creek<br />Street intersections are very busy during business hours<br />Destinations are within walking distances and considered adequate<br />
  5. 5. Open space<br />Principle4<br />They are ineffective, and appear unbalanced as they relate to buildings and parking lots. <br />Additionally, structures do not create or define open spaces. Green area (Park) is not connected to pedestrian use<br />Scenic views are ignored, and transitional semi-private space (public/private) do not exist<br />Bus stops (particularly the hub) are blocked and isolated <br />
  6. 6. Community core<br />Principle5<br />Designated as a Village District with Residential housing, Business offices and Retail (small and large) uses. There is, however, a lack of connection. Primary roads are two-way traffic and street have a sense of emptiness. Streetscape lacks wayfinding furnishing elements, tree canopies (human scale), and casual-encounter settings for people to meet. City Hall and Post Office, while they are located within the “same block”, they are not urbanistically united. <br />
  7. 7. LEGION SQUARE<br />Knightville Neighborhood<br />(“ethereal”)<br />
  8. 8. Lack of visual terminations, hierarchical network, trees, proportions and dimensions<br />Building facades, while diverse, they lack common proportions. There is no common vocabulary<br />Landscape is absent<br />STREETSCAPE<br />Design<br />Principle6<br />
  9. 9. Variation<br />Principle7<br />Visual configurations and street layout are invasive. The automobile is the predominant element. Both paths, pedestrian and vehicular, are broken. Directive routes lack good destination goals. Building mass, scales, fenestrations, and architectural styles are inconsistent<br />There is no screening, and perhaps a lack of urban elements defining private (other than secured doors), semi-public and public spaces. Elements such as hardscape plazas, walkpaths, and landscape areas are disorganized<br />
  10. 10. Mixed usePrinciple8<br />… exists, but lacks integration. The recently renovated gazebo in Millcreek Park is a very attractive element and it works well, it’s a magnet for people to congregate. But, periphery and surrounding public realm undermines it<br />
  11. 11. Existing structures were built unconditionally in terms of architectural guidelines. City’s Comprehensive Plan (under construction) shall include treatment, color and appearance style guidelines<br />Design <br />Vocabulary<br />Principle9<br />
  12. 12. BOSTON<br />Spain<br />DENMARK<br />GERMANY<br />
  13. 13. Maintenance<br />Principle10<br />Private-administrated parking lots, public-administrated structures, streets and sidewalks, buildings and other facilities are well maintained. In addition, plans for implementation are also in place<br />In general terms, the local government is committed to maintain the city’s vitality while improving the quality of life of its citizens through an integrated community values, policies and actions<br />
  14. 14. Increasing density<br />OCEAN ST – THOMAS ST<br />SERVICE LANE<br />Creating mixed-use facilities<br />
  15. 15. GREEN URBAN DESIGN<br />GREEN ARCHITECTURE<br />COMMUNITY OUTREACH<br />CONSERVATION<br />ENERGY & RESOURCES<br />LAND USE – LONG TERM<br />sustainability<br />Principle11<br />
  16. 16. Sustainable character<br />The City of SP has some strategies in place: recycling and reusing programs, water conservation systems, and a treatment plant for waste water management<br />… other future strategies include: energy conservation, renewable energy technologies, public education, public transportation growth, and adoption of a green building policy (SPHS RENOVATION under design)<br />
  17. 17. “…discover the direction of renewal by understanding the past and present character of the area.”<br />
  18. 18. Aerial view<br />A-1<br />
  19. 19. PROPOSAL<br />A-2<br />
  20. 20. SITE<br />A-2<br />
  21. 21. SITE<br />A-3<br />
  22. 22. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-4<br />
  23. 23. Hannaford Store - Millcreek<br />A-5<br />
  24. 24. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-6<br />
  25. 25. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-7<br />
  26. 26. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-8<br />
  27. 27. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-9<br />
  28. 28. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-10<br />
  29. 29. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-11<br />
  30. 30. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-12<br />
  31. 31. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-13<br />
  32. 32. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-14<br />
  33. 33. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-15<br />
  34. 34. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-16<br />
  35. 35. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-17<br />
  36. 36. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-18<br />
  37. 37. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-19<br />
  38. 38. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-20<br />
  39. 39. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-21<br />
  40. 40. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-22<br />
  41. 41. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-23<br />
  42. 42. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-24<br />
  43. 43. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-25<br />
  44. 44. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-26<br />
  45. 45. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-27<br />
  46. 46. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-28<br />
  47. 47. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-29<br />
  48. 48. Hannaford Store – Millcreek Park<br />A-30<br />
  49. 49. CAMPECHE<br />BARCELONA<br />MEXICO CITY<br />MONTGOMERY<br />Solutions that work<br />Design<br />
  50. 50. Waterfront Market – Revitalization <br />A-31<br />
  51. 51. Waterfront Market– Revitalization<br />A-32<br />
  52. 52. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-33<br />
  53. 53. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-34<br />
  54. 54. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-35<br />
  55. 55. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-36<br />
  56. 56. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-37<br />
  57. 57. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-38<br />
  58. 58. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-39<br />
  59. 59. denmark<br />CARIBBEAN<br />MEXICO<br />Outdoor Spaces <br />Design<br />
  60. 60. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-40<br />
  61. 61. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-41<br />
  62. 62. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-42<br />
  63. 63. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-43<br />
  64. 64. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-44<br />
  65. 65. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-45<br />
  66. 66. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-46<br />
  67. 67. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-47<br />
  68. 68. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-48<br />
  69. 69. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-49<br />
  70. 70. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-50<br />
  71. 71. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-51<br />
  72. 72. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-52<br />
  73. 73. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-53<br />
  74. 74. Barcelona<br />London<br />MEXICO city<br />Creating Landmarks<br />Design<br />
  75. 75. Portland Harbor<br />Natural Beauty<br />
  76. 76. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-54<br />
  77. 77. Waterfront Market – Revitalization<br />A-55<br />
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