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THE FUTURE OF THE AGING INDUSTRIAL CITY I.C.D COMPETITION MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN


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STRATEGIES A) Promote compact residential areas with services areas closely related to them. B) Provide a hierarchy of roads differentiated by uses, morphological characteristics, frecuency of activities, etc. Reinforce existing potential nodes (the existing retail area) and create a new node (a transit stop with commercial spaces) Recreate an existing street (Puetz Rd.) as a boulevard with commercial, office and residential spaces. The street is transformed in a ‘place” instead of a road dominated by vehicles. Create thresholds between “places.” The new housing areas are marked by gateways created by taller buildings and narrower streets. C) Create an industrial park related to an existing industrial area with access to the railroad lines. A “greenbelt” buffers the industrial park from the existing and new housing areas. D) Extend the existing parkway to make it accessible to the future developed areas. Create public spaces related to the future transit stop, the commercial center and the commercial buildings on Puetz Rd.. Semipublic spaces are provided in mixed use buildings along the “boulevard.” E) Three basic types are proposed ,the “suburban villa’ (six apartment buildings), townhouses or rowhouses and three stories apartment buildings with more than six units per building. These building types cand be develop along a define street structure.

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