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Great City Design Team Elliott Park Ppt

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This is the product of a weekend long Charrette, where teams of Architects, Community and Regional Planners, and Landscape Architects joined forces to listen to the Elliott Park neighborhood residents …

This is the product of a weekend long Charrette, where teams of Architects, Community and Regional Planners, and Landscape Architects joined forces to listen to the Elliott Park neighborhood residents describe their vision of neighborhood revitalization opportunities that are born of the Chicago Avenue reconstruction. Multiple teams focused on various aspects of the neighborhood, with the common goal of transforming the sometimes brutal Chicago Avenue streetscape into a more pedestrian friendly environment.

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  • 1. great city design team Sponsors: AIA Minneapolis MASLA ULI MN APA in partnership with: Elliot Park Neighborhood
  • 2. great city design team LEGECY PROJECT AIA TURNS 150 YEARS OLD AND GIVES A GIFT TO THE COMMUNITY IN THE FORM OF THE BLUEPRINT FOR AMERICA
  • 3. great city design team AIA Minneapolis’ Legacy Project began with RT Rybak’s Re-Weaving the Urban Fabric Address February 28, 2006 Since this address 9 design charrettes have occurred
  • 4. Process: • Gather Information – Meetings with Susan Braun and David Fields – Meeting with EPNI Board / Steering Committee – Analysis / Research of existing conditions within the neighborhood – Develop Strategy with Design Team for Charrette • Assemble Team – Jonathan Bartling, AIA, LEED AP – Co-Leader – Peter Styx, AIA, LEED AP – Co-Leader – Jennifer Brandel, Associate AIA – Steven Dwyer, AIA – Donovan Hart, AICP CNU – Tim McCarron, AIA, LEED AP – Nick Potts, Associate AIA – Erin Russ, Associate AIA, LEED AP – Steve Wyczawski
  • 5. Weekend Charrette: • Friday, February 22 5:30 pm – Welcome & Acknowledgments: Susan Braun, Executive Director, EPNI 5:35 pm – Welcoming Remarks: Dr. Gordon Anderson, President, North Central University 5:40 pm – Elliot Park, Centennial Commons & Chicago Avenue: Julie Kearns & Chris Naumann 5:50 pm – City Planning & Public Works: Beth Elliot & J. Ole Mersinger 6:10 pm – AIA Team co-leaders: Jonathan Bartling & Peter Styx 6:40 pm – Break Out Discussion Groups 8:00 pm Summary Discussion by AIA Team
  • 6. Weekend Charrette: • Discussion Group Topics: – Transportation / Connections – Gateways / Neighborhood Entries – Lighting / Safety / Security – Greening – Development A) Residential B) Commercial – Historic Character / Sense of Place – Pedestrian Environment / Walkability
  • 7. Weekend Charrette: • Saturday, February 23 – Review of Friday’s break out discussion groups – Pathway, Gateway, Node – Break out into smaller Design Teams/ Groups – Community input to help guide/ influence the design process – Presentation of Design Ideas
  • 8. Weekend Charrette:
  • 9. PATHWAY
  • 10. PATHWAY – BEFORE BEAUTIFICATION
  • 11. PATHWAY – AFTER BEAUTIFICATION
  • 12. PATHWAY
  • 13. PATHWAY
  • 14. Gateway:
  • 15. Gateway:
  • 16. GATEWAY
  • 17. GATEWAY
  • 18. Node:
  • 19. Node:
  • 20. NODE
  • 21. NODE
  • 22. NODE
  • 23. HCMC
  • 24. HCMC
  • 25. HCMC
  • 26. HCMC

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