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Major Programmatic Elements Public Amenity - Urban Market.Farm, Cafe, Event Space, Gymnasium, Media Center Classroom & Teaching Kitchen Non-Profit Office Space & Adminstration MEP, Toilet Rooms, Elevator, Storage & Prep Areas

Primary Objectives Self-Sustaining (Water Collection, Purification, Stormwater Management) (Power Generation)

Bring More Equity to the Neighborhood/Reinforce Community (Cater to visitors of both lower and higher income groups) (Can serve as a shelter in emergency situations)

Educate The Public on Climate Change Mitigation, Water Retention, And Resilience (Efforts should be able to be implemented at a variety of scales from individual homes/lots to entire blocks and neighborhoods)

Credits New Orleans Tracy Lea - Eskew+Dumez+Ripple (Principal Architect for Lycee Francais renovation of Alfred C. Priestley School) Elisabeth Price - Tulane University (Preservation student - introduced me to site) John Kleinschmidt - Waggonner and Ball Architects (Dutch Dialogues, Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan, Resilient New Orleans, Existing Building Assessment at the Alfred C. Priestley School) Vincent Grossi - Okra Abbey (Community Giving Garden at former Johnson School) “Sista Princess” - Owner of ‘Queen Princess’ Body Butters “Hand-made, home-made, soul-made” Hollygrove Market & Farm

Philadelphia Model Assistance - Brandon Jany, Matthew Smith, Jenna Schuster, David Golden, Travis Aldous Render Assistance - Brandon Jany Advisor - Kathy Dowdell Sustainability Consultant - Max Zahniser

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The original plan for the village of Carrollton, drawn by Charles Zimple, included two pieces of property that were not designated with lot numbers. Green Square (Selected Site) and Hamilton Square (currently Palmer Park)

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New Orleans Founded

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Louisiana Purchase

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Louisina became 18th State in the nation

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Treaty of Ghent ratified (end of War of 1812)

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VILLAGE OF CARROLLTON

McCarty Plantation purchased by investors, land subdivided. Designated as Village of Carrollton

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“The concern of many residents is that a French immersion school will not suit the needs of the children,” said Gabriel Flores. “Is Lycée our best and only option?”

“But a number of alternatives are being discussed by neighbors, Flores says. One is a vocational school, or the grounds could be opened up to the neighborhood for community activities. They've also discussed an entrepreneurial incubator.”

DEMOGRAPHICS & COMMUNITY CONCERNS

“The building and site itself, the organizers say, should be given directly to a neighborhood-owned nonprofit to be used by everyone.”

“We’re missing a public space, and that’s why we’re seeing a divide in our community,”

“...people in the neighborhood are agreed that they want more green space, more community services and a neighborhood school.”

“The P-Town Project proposes that Priestley become a multi-use building with a food cooperative with fresh-grown vegetables, a neighborhood business incubator, and a variety of socialservice providers, such as a free clinic, educational programs, legal-aid services and a daycare. Its gym could be used for athletic activities and its grounds could be used as a park.”

http://uptownmessenger.com/2014/07/carrollton-riverbend-neighborhood-discusses-future-of-priestley-site-live-coverage/

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"Okra Abbey" comm. garden (@ Lycee Francais temp. location former Johnson School)

Green Square Area Map

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Teaching children where their food comes from is a step toward changing how people access their food in the community.â&#x20AC;?

"Community Commitment Education Center" programs for small children with attached coffee house Vacant Lot Recent New Construction (on previously vacant lot)

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Community Center Church School Senior Living Bar Restaurant Grocery Park Boundary 5-minute Walk Radius

Shaded stage - water catchment and presentation space

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Market Structure Outdoor oven, community dining and garden plots

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hollygrove Market and Farm exists to increase accessibility of fresh produce to Hollygrove, surrounding underserved neighborhoods, and all of New Orleans while promoting sustainability through support of local farmers and the local economy as well as acting as a demonstration site for environmentally sustainable practices.â&#x20AC;?

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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. What makes us different is that we bring the farm to the table by making fresh produce available to the consumer without the consumer being required to buy shares in a farm.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mentor Farmersâ&#x20AC;? - Grow Your Own, an organization dedicated to teaching the hands-on art and science of edible gardening to communities of all ages.

Vincent Grossi explained the difference between Giving Gardens, Market Gardens, and Community Gardens. He explained that Okra Abbey was strictly a giving garden, but loved the idea of something large enough to function as all three.

Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s In Season, Louisiana?

Jenga Mwendo, the Backyard Gardeners Network. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you have your own food source, you can bounce back a lot quicker after hurricanes.â&#x20AC;?

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Coastal Erosion / Saltwater Intrusion Lack of Equity & Opportunity for All

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Haile Johnston of Philadelphiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Common Market/ East Park Revitalization Alliance â&#x20AC;&#x153;Through the alliance, we teach kids business skills and how to eat well, while giving them opportunities to make money. Communities hold the power to create solutions within themselves. When they participate in their growth, they are the most sustainable.â&#x20AC;?

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Harvest seasons may vary based on weather and location. For a complete harvest calendar, visit LouisianaGrown.com.

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Water runs through roofs, streets, roads into sewers Overburdens sewer system and pumps, causes floods, depletion of groundwater causes subsidence

Key Map for Neighboring Parks and Farms

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https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detailfull/national/technical/alphabetical/water/restoration/

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Adam VALONE  

Drexel Architecture 2018

Adam VALONE  

Drexel Architecture 2018

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