Urban Design – Eco-Planning in Brief


Thinking Outside the Big Box

As a region in the process of development (named ‘River Point’ in this paper), the Byrne Road/Marine Way intersection provides an opportunity to assess intermediate results of the approved development plan from 2001.

Proposal: working out the P.A.C.E of commerce.

  • Programming: a good balance in variety of businesses
  • Amenities: Each vehicle that arrives in the region can support many businesses.
  • Coordination: network of business making.
  • Education: take home more than what you came for.

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