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Final Site Plan
and Elevations

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

After participants and stakeholders sign on to the vision for the development, prepare a presentation of visuals—architectural drawings, photos, and diagrams— and a written description of your proposed development to present in meetings with local officials, decision making bodies, conferences, and to community members. The following presentation is an example of the materials we compiled following the community-driven process that defined the rebuild of Rolland Curtis Gardens.

Residential Component (East & West Wing)

  • 140 affordable family 1-, 2-, & 3-bedroom units including 2 Managers Units, 
  • $24,840 - $49,600/year/family of 4 (30-60% Area Median Income) 
  • 114 vehicle parking spaces 
  • 154 bicycle parking spaces 
  • On-site property management office, community rooms, tot lot, laundry rooms, walking path, and bbq area

Commercial Component (East Wing)

  • 8,000 square feet 
  • Proposed tenants: health clinic, nonprofit office space, and potential small business retail
  • 18 vehicle parking spaces, including 2 dedicated for car share
  • 10 bicycle parking spaces

Site Plan: Parking

 

Site Plan: Residential

 

Corner of 38th Street and Wisconsin Street looking northwest

 

Corner of Wisconsin Street and Exposition Boulevard looking southwest

 

Corner of 38th Street and Wisconsin Street looking west

 

38th Street looking northeast

 

Resident Courtyard