On the edge of downtown Indianapolis, this 70-acre underutilized land is poised to be a booming innovation district.
The Plant Science and Technology Area Master Plan is a vision to create a research and innovation district in west St. Louis County.
A large land area presents a major opportunity to create a district that supports the university’s mission.
This rapidly growing district is home to 200 companies, over $500 million in investment, and 3,600 new jobs.
In response to the 2015 unrest following the death of Freddie Gray, there was an evident need for a clear, collective, community-driven vision for some of Baltimore’s most blighted neighborhood.
The plan for a changing area of Southwest DC provides a land use and urban design framework for realizing a robust, mixed-use community and the potential of underutilized public properties.
In a city with prestigious universities, a strong arts community, and a friendly start-up environment, Providence is ripe for an innovation district.
The master plan incorporates ideas from an online survey and revitalizes civic landscapes with a focus on sustainability, water quality improvement, and neighborhood connections.
The University of Miami and Wexford have partnered to create an innovation district in an advantageous location near numerous hospitals and the UM Medical School, I-95, and a nearby arts neighborhood.
To support DC’s goal of increasing jobs and small businesses, this study was undertaken to determine the potential of underutilized industrial land to support economic growth.
Working to make Washington, DC the greenest, healthiest, and most livable city in the nation, Ayers Saint Gross authored the city’s Sustainable DC Plan in tandem with the District.