Downtown Stuart Charrette

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The new buildings along the Waterfront's edge strengthen the park with their wide range of activities encouraging the casual "eyes on the street" that make public spaces safe.



Stuart, Martin County, Florida


January 30, 1998

  1. Extension of Osceola Street (main street)
  2. Relocation of city hall to a more prominent and visible location
  3. Redevelopment of the Rayz waterfront property
  4. Revitalization of the Flagler Park
  5. Completion of downtown’s network of streets
  6. Extension of Seminole Street as a waterfront lane
  7. Creation of an FEC passenger rail station
  8. Completion of a parking study
  9. Traffic calming
    Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
    Urban Designers: David Goodman, Tom Spain, and Joe Minnicozzie
Charrette Documents and Images

Stuart Waterfront Streets and Terraces - A system of streets, terraces and parks establishes the waterfront as public space. Shopfronts with residences above ensure that these places are active and available to all citizens.