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

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.

If you attended the March 9 work-in-progress review, you got a sense of the tasks assigned to designers and the chance to critique their preliminary work.

Over the weekend, the team has been tweaking approaches in response to what they’ve heard so far. Yesterday’s post featured three of the five section areas — the West of the River Corridor, University, and International District neighborhoods. Today’s post adds the Downtown and Nob Hill areas.

Designers responsible for each of the five sections provide video explanations of their general approaches, how community members responded and what to expect in the wrap-up presentation Monday evening.
 
Here’s Mike Weich on the Downtown neighborhoods:
(Features work-in-progress conceptual conversation starters, not formal proposals or final plans.)
 

 

And here’s Marina Khoury on the Nob Hill area:
(Features work-in-progress conceptual conversation starters, not formal proposals or final plans.)
 

 

Maps for the station areas along the entire 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 posts preceding this one.
 
Looking forward to seeing you Monday night at 6 p.m. at the Kimo Theater.