The master plan addresses transportation, retail and office infill, streetscapes, landscape, sustainability, water, infrastructure, and economic concerns.
This 30-acre urban design master plan examines the potential for a mixed-use innovation district that creates a vibrant urban environment and fosters workforce training and economic development.
The design of Camden Wharf established several directives: to create a signature building with visibility from all sides, to provide access to a waterfront park, and to establish a city gateway.
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.
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.
The master plan developed for the landmark psychiatric hospital proposes a new mixed use community and offers the potential to spur economic growth.
This urban plan is a long-range framework for the development of a brownfield site on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor into a mixed-use neighborhood.
In order to ignite entrepreneurial spirit, commercialize technologies, and foster collaboration, this plan supports the University’s three-part mission of research, teaching, and services.
The assessment of development scenarios for 28 acres in downtown Winston-Salem explores various uses and building densities in this area to support research and innovation.
The master plan incorporates ideas from an online survey and revitalizes civic landscapes with a focus on sustainability, water quality improvement, and neighborhood connections.