SR 7 - Lauderhill

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Project Brief


Location: Lauderhill, Broward County, Florida
Date: March 6 - 12, 2004

The SR 7 - Lauderhill 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 - Lauderhill Charrette looks at the redevelopment of SR 7 between NW 29th Street and Sunrise Boulevard.

  1. driveway consolidation and a network of streets
    2. redevelopment and strategies including a mall
    3. regional park and cricket/sports stadium
    4. bus transfer station and transit shelters
The Team:
    Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council:Michael Busha, Marcela Camblor, Dana Little, and Shirley Monroe
    Arx Solutions: Daniel Baschkier, Gonzalo Navarro, and Patricio Navarro
    Glatting, Jackson, Kercher, Anglin, Lopez, Rinehart: Wade Walker
    Designers: Natasha Alfonso, Dan Cary, Steven Fett, Maria DeLeon Fleites, Shailendra Singh, Sita Singh, and Derrick Wendell Smith
Charrette Documents
Proposed new fire house. By Jess Linn.
Perspective of the proposed SR 7 through Lauderdale Lakes. By Shailendra Singh.