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Gainesville's Urban Now


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A Review of Current Conditions

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Gainesville's Urban Now

  1. 1. GainesvillesUrban Now A Reviewof CurrentConditions
  2. 2. Conceptual Framework1: Infrastructural Citya: Hard Infrastructure "things"(physical infrastructure, urban redevelopment)b: Soft Infrastructure"adaptive networks engendered by meshing the demands of landscape, urbanism, andsustainability"(Non-profits/NGOs, citizen involvement)2: Foodscapes a: Urban Agriculture, productive landscapes
  3. 3. Things are happening. But who is doing them?Hard infrastructure, top down/institutional, or real estate driven.
  4. 4. The Continuum project is a housing development forUniversity of Florida graduate students.
  5. 5. UF and Shandshave gone Green: Inrecent years UF hascompleted 18LEED-certified UFfacilities, and fivehave received Goldcertification.
  6. 6. What aboutAGH??
  7. 7. "Call it the Hub-bub - the groundswell of chatter aboutAlachua Countys emerging technology sectorpromises to get louder with the construction of theFlorida Innovation Hub at the University of Florida"
  8. 8. CRA 6th Street Rail to Trial connects toHawthorne/Paynes Praire
  9. 9. "Revitalization of HaisleyLynch Park"
  10. 10. Organized events. Hactivism?Soft Infrastructure, urban agriculture Citizens Co-op is a legal entity in the State of Florida that is structured to operate as a cooperative association.
  11. 11. SW 5th Ave and SW 3rd St
  12. 12. DIY?Why not?Local Food
  13. 13. South East First and South Main
  14. 14. by Bob Freeman contact
  15. 15. Opportunities/Challenges..AGH something is going up but only small part of the 11-acre complex...Cabot/Koppers remediation, restoration, lawsuits...GRUs Main St-Depot acreage Cade Musuem, "serve as Gainesville’s “Central Park”.
  16. 16. Cabot-Koppers site Gainesvilles own EPA SuperFund site.Occupies 140 acres between Northwest 23rd and 39th avenues to the west of Main StreetA group of seven Gainesville residents on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against three companiesresponsible for the cleanup of a contaminated site near North Main Street, seeking $500 million -Gainesville Sun April 20th 2010
  17. 17. Cade Museum- DepotPark plans
  18. 18. "Lowe said the site could be a great asset to downtown and the city ingeneral that will tie into the Depot Park redevelopment."
  19. 19. Some ideas from other places Viet Village Urban Farm New Orleans, Louisiana, to replace 30 + acres of old community gardens in Post Katrina New Orleans http://www.asla. org/sustainablelandscapes/vietvillage.html Gowanus Canal and the Canal Nest Colony project. http://faslanyc.blogspot. com/search/label/canal%20nest% 20colony
  20. 20. What can we do? What defines/represent Gainesville?a) do it ourselves(volunteer)b) interface/civic(ism)Join a citizen advisory board (I am on three)c) investigate(know the city you live in)