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.
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 Jess Linn
Ground Floor: In most cases, the ground floor should be dedicated to retail or lobby spaces along the streets, and parking should be located in the interior lots. Single uses would include park space and low residential uses in the form of townhouses.
By Derrick Smith
Second to Fifth Floors: Parking lined with other uses dominates the lower floors of larger buildings. All floors exposed to street views should hide parking garages with offices, housing, or retail. By Derrick Smith
Sixth Floor and Above: The upper floors are typically reserved for residential purposes. The exceptions to this are found on the corners of the project where signature offices could be located. The top of the parking garages can be used as condominium recreation spaces. By Derrick Smith
A new mid-rise tower marks the intersection and offers a new scale of development for SR 7. By Ar X Solutions, Inc.
The town green provides park space for the many future residents to enjoy. By Ar X Solutions, Inc.
The town green is also an ideal location for SR 7 and Hollywood Boulevard bus rapid transit lines to meet. Shelter designs should be as attractive and comfortable as possible to create awarness and interest in Broward County transit. By Ar X Solutions, Inc.
SR 7 could be built up to become a great city boulevard with retail-lined streets and housing and offices above. By Ar X Solutions, Inc.
Turning into the Millennium Mall property down a new street. By Ar X Solutions, Inc.
The scale of the buildings drop towards the existing neighborhoods. By Ar X Solutions, Inc.
A new town green with townhouses facing it. By Ar X Solutions, Inc.
     
   
The green space is seen more as an urban park with benches, tables, lights, and shade.