Lake Park Western Expansion Charrette

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Project Brief

 

       
Lake Worth Transit-Oriented Development study area
10 Avenue North (north), 6th Avenue South (south), Lake Worth Lagoon (east), Congress Avenue (west)
 
Lake Worth Transit-Oriented Development Citizens' Master Plan
 
 
 
 

Dates: Aprtil 18, 1998

       
Program:       

The purpose of the charrette is to create a master plan for the town’s growth incorporating 300 acres of vacant land to the west of town. Following are the main ideas that emerged from the charrette:

1.   extend the Olmstead Brothers John Nolen Master Plan
2.   create mixed-use neighborhoods and a special work place district
3.   create a public park along the banks of the C-17 canal
4.   connect the existing grid with the new development
5.   alter the design of the proposed Congress Avenue extension to include on-street parking to create a better address for business and travel
6.   create a natural land preserve out of the environmentally sensitive lands
7.   create Silver Beach Boulevard to reconnect
Riviera Beach and Lake Park.
   
Team:
  Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council: Michael Busha, Marcela Camblor, Geoffrey Ferrell, David Goodman, and Shirley Monroe
  Urban Designers: Maria DeLeon Fleites, Trent Greenan, and Cesar Garcia Pons
   
Charrette Documents
 
Presentations
Opening Presentation (June 21, 2008) Work-in-Progress Presentation (June 27, 2008)
 
Schedule
June 21, 2008
10:00 a.m.: 3:00 p.m.
Charrette Lake Worth Shuffleboard Building
1121 Lucerne Avenue, Lake Worth
     

June 22: 27, 2008
9:00 a.m.: 9:00 p.m

Studio working: public invited Lake Worth Shuffleboard Building
1121 Lucerne Avenue, Lake Worth
     
June 27, 2008
6:00 p.m.
Work-in-Progress Presentation Lake Worth Shuffleboard Building
1121 Lucerne Avenue, Lake Worth