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The town’s new library has a lot of lessons to teach — including to the town’s proposed gambling house.
Twin River Group, which wants to build a casino in the far north end of town, held its first charrette Thursday in the high school, asking town residents for their preference on design and [...]
A panel of development experts took a 12-hour dive into Soulsville, the South Memphis neighborhood so thick with musical and cultural history and so thin on supermarkets, restaurants and other services.
The "technical assistance panel'' assembled by the Urban Land Institute surfaced Tuesday evening before a standing room crowd in the Stax Music [...]
Will Charlottesville build ‘streets that work’?
“This is something that’s going to lead into a number of different efforts that we have going on,” said Missy Creasy, the city’s assistant [...]
On September 8, the first of three charrettes was held at the Marion Public Library. Architect Joe Huberty of Engberg Anderson led the group, which included members of the community and also members of the Library Board.
The goal was to identify desirable interior design features for the new library.
Huberty asked what features [...]
For the fourth year in a row, the ACO NextGen is hosting a one-day design charrette for students and emerging professionals in the fields of architecture, planning, landscape architecture, built history, and heritage conservation. The charrette is intended to encourage creative thinking, cross-disciplinary collaboration, and provide networking opportunities with esteemed speakers and [...]
Cambridge Charrette on Homelessness
The City of Cambridge Department of Human Service Programs, in consultation with the Cambridge Homeless Continuum of Care (CoC) and other City departments, has partnered with the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) to facilitate a community planning process on homelessness. [...]
The town of Ridgefield is currently working with the Western Connecticut Council of Governments — formerly Housatonic Valley Council of Elected Officials — to develop a Transit Oriented Development Plan for the Branchville Station Area.
This plan will build upon previous planning for the area including the Route 7 Corridor Study and the Connecticut [...]