Workshop Concludes Monday Night: A peek at what’s in the works, Part I

On Monday night, March 13, at the KiMo Theater, we’ll be wrapping up the Central Avenue Corridor Design Workshop with a presentation that includes exploratory designs for key sections along Central.

Those who attended our March 9 work-in-progress review got a preview of the tasks assigned to designers and the chance to critique their preliminary work. Over the weekend, the team is tweaking those approaches in response to what they’ve heard. For today’s and tomorrow’s diary posts, we interview designers in charge of the five selected Corridor sections who’ll explain what they’re focusing on and how they’re responding to community input.

In today’s post, we’ll cover the Westside, University and International District sections.
 
Here’s Xavier Iglesias on the Western Corridor neighborhoods:
(Features work-in-progress conceptual conversation starters, not formal proposals or final plans.)
 

 

Matt Lambert on the University neighborhoods:
(Features work-in-progress conceptual conversation starters, not formal proposals or final plans.)
 

 

Senen Antonio on the International District:
(Features work-in-progress conceptual conversation starters, not formal proposals or final plans.)
 

 

In this same space on Sunday, we’ll have video walkthroughs from designers overseeing the Downtown area neighborhoods and Nob Hill.

Maps for the station areas along the corridor are here. If you need to catch up on the background for the workshop, go here. And you can follow the progress of the workshop step by step by checking out the diary updates preceding this one.

Looking forward to seeing you Monday night at 6 p.m. at the Kimo Theater.