Taylor Creek Charrette

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Project Brief

 

       
The charrette planning parcels and surrounding areas near the north causeway, Fort Pierce
 
 
Dates: April 14 - 20, 2007
       
Program:       

The charrette is to develop a master plan for an area near the north causeway bridge. Significant frontage is on US1, A1A, and the Indian River.

 
   
Team:
  Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
  Marcela Camblor - Urban Design Director
  Steven Fett - Urban Designer
  Wynsum Hatton - Planning Technician
  Dana Little - Urban Designer
  ArX Solutions Inc. (Architecture and 3-D Animation) - Federico Diaz, Patricio Navarro, Lucila Rodriguez, Pablo Waku
  Kimley-Horn and Associates, Shawn MacKenzie, Traffic Engineer
  Urban Designers
  Dan Cary
  Juan Caruncho - Juan Caruncho & Associates
  Ignacio Correa - Canin Associates
  Maria Jose Bendfeldt
  Maria Teresa D'Alba
  Steven Fett
  Annamaria Zampogna
   
Schedule
April 14, 2007
10:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m
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Charrette Dockside-Harborlight Resort
1160 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce
     
April 15 - 20, 2007
9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m
Studio working - public invited Harbortown Marina Office
1936 Harbortown Drive, Fort Pierce
     
April 20, 2007
6:00 p.m.
Work-in-Progress Presentation Dockside-Harborlight Resort
1160 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce
March 24
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Joint Workshop with City of Fort Pierce, Town of St. Lucie Village, and St. Lucie County
St. Lucie County
Count Commission Chambers
2300 Virginia Avenue
Fort Pierce
 
Charrette Documents
 
Charrette Report    
Documents
 
 
 
Presentations
 
 
3-D Videos
 
Driving through new Mediterranean village (Harbortown Marina) toward the water's edge, walking along the water's edge toward the new hotel by ArX Solutions, Inc. Driving west on North Causeway Rd toward the new Publix with a view of a marina behind Publix by ArX Solutions, Inc.
     
View of new Mediterranean village (Habortown Marina) from the Indian River by ArX Solutions, Inc.   View of the new mixed-use marine industry-residential district between the Dixie and US 1 bridges