SR 7 - Davie, Hollywood, Seminole Nation Charrette

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Project Brief

 

An attractive way to collect storm water: dry storage designed as a useable, beautiful linear park.
Location: Hollywood, and Seminole Nation, Broward County, Florida
       
Date: December 3 - 9, 2005
       
Program:       

The SR 7 - Hollywood/Seminole Nation Charrette is part of a series of nine charrettes focused on the entire 25.6 mile section of the SR 7/U.S. 441 in Broward County. The series’ main goals are to create a plan for redevelopment and to accommodate future mass transit. The SR 7/U.S. 441 Collaborative was the impetus of this planning effort, and its membership includes the fourteen local governments that span the Broward County section of SR 7 and ex-officio members. The collaborative is facilitated by the staff of the South Florida Regional Planning Council.

The SR 7 - Hollywood/Seminole Nation Charrette looks at the redevelopment of SR 7 between Stirling Road and Pembroke Road. The charrette report includes the following features:

       
    1. Seminole Hard Rock Casino neighborhood center and civic space

SR 7 - Hollywood-Seminole Nation Master Plan
 
    2. new gaming district on Seminole Nation property
    3. Sheridan Street as a transitional intersection
    4. three new linear parks along SR 7
    5. improved street sections
    6. new cultural district at SR 7 and Taft Street
    7. Melinium Mall redevelopment strategies
    8. accommodation of mass transit
    9. neighborhood town center and SR 7 and Pembroke Road
     
The Team:
    Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
    Marcela Camblor - Urban Design Studio Coordinator
    Dana Little - Urban Designer
    Wynsum Hatton - Graphics Technician/Administrator
    Designers
    A+S Architects: Derrick Windell Smith
    ArX Solutions, Inc.: Sebastian Ciccioli, Paula Lopez, Gonzalo Navarro, and Patricio Navarro
   
Kubilins Transportation Group: Wade Walker
    Urban Designers: Steven Fett, Jess Linn, and Sita Singh
     
The Millennium Mall property at Hollywood Boulevard.
Elevation of Hollywood Boulevard: The buidings along SR 7 are the tallest and reduce their height heading east to match the context of the existing conditions in the surrounding neighborhoods. By Derrick Smith.
     
Charrette Documents
         
3-D Videos
       
by ArX Solutions, Inc. by ArX Solutions, Inc.