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Phase I Draft Presentation to PSU Leadership

February 14, 2013

Mahan Rykiel Associates

Arnett Muldrow Associates Grimm + Parker Architects Stahl Scheaffer Engineering Kalback Planning and Design Dan Jones Landscape Architecture


INTRODUCTION Project Partners Borough of State College Penn State University Downtown State College, Inc.


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Master Plan Leadership

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Master Plan Participation (Sample)

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1. Realize and market downtown’s unique identity 2. Establish the framework to create a most memorable, attractive and comfortable downtown 3. Consider public and private sector improvements that can attract a diverse range of users

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Why this Master Plan?

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Design/Planning Team

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1. Project Overview 2. Analysis “High Points” 3. Phase I Recommendations •

Branding Marketing

Public Realm Enhancements

Catalyst Project

1. Discussion

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Today’s Presentation

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STUDY AREA

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Design, Placemaking and Branding Utilities Multi-modal Transportation/Circulation Town-Gown Interface Downtown Uses and Development Community Sustainability

PHASE I

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Purpose and Scope of Work

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Design, Placemaking and Branding Utilities Multi-modal Transportation/Circulation Town-Gown Interface Downtown Uses and Development Community Sustainability

PHASE II

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Purpose and Scope of Work

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ANALYSIS: DOWNTOWN TODAY


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State College, PA

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e u Gown ven A e g e l l o C Al Town len Stre et

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State College, PA

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Downtown has most of the things many communities are trying to achieve: •True mix of uses •Mix of transportation •People on the streets •Vibrancy

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Downtown Today

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Downtown Today

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Downtown Today

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Characteristics of Great College Towns and Places 1.The "Town/Gown" Experience 2.Diversity 3.Transportation Choices 4.Connectivity 5.Human Scale 6.Density 7.Attractive and Comfortable Public Realm 8.Sustainability

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Downtown Today

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High Quality Public Realm

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Downtown Market

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Emerging Conclusions 1.Downtown can’t compete with suburban development but it can distinguish itself and provide a complement to the suburban experience. 2.Downtown functions as it should. There are uses that serve the local community but there is the opportunity for much more. 3.Need to balance benefits of student activities with challenges and protect neighborhood character. 4.Allen Street corridor should be the focus for family and resident-based activities and businesses. 5.Challenge: Getting regional customers coming in on a regular basis.

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Downtown Market

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD Downtown Vision Vision Themes Specific Recommendations by Theme


Downtown State College will continue to evolve into a world -class “College Town ” district that reflects the dynamic “town /gown ” relationship between a major university and a vibrant commercial district. Downtown will be a place where local citizens , regional and international visitors , faculty , staff , and

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appealing, exciting and diverse offerings. Downtown State College will also emerge as a district that embraces sustainability and offers shopping, dining, entertainment, culture and the arts amidst a variety of living options and places to work .

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Downtown Vision

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Theme 1: Marketing the District Theme 2: Navigating the District Theme 3: Connecting the District Theme 4: Managing the District Theme 5: Living in the District

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Downtown Vision Themes

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Theme 1: Marketing the District Theme 2: Navigating the District Theme 3: Connecting the District Theme 4: Managing the District Theme 5: Living in the District

PHASE I

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Theme 1: Marketing the District Theme 2: Navigating the District

PHASE I

Theme 3: Connecting the District Theme 4: Managing the District Theme 5: Living in the District

PHASE II

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Downtown Vision Themes

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD Theme 1

Marketing the District : Cultivating Downtown’s Identity to Residents, Visitors and Investors


• Downtown is a college town. • Downtown is also a place for all people: local residents/families, regional residents/families, visitors, students, alumni, faculty/staff, entrepreneurs. • Downtown adds value for and is an important complement to Penn State University. • Downtown is a collection of special places. • Downtown is vibrant and full of life. • Downtown is where memories are made.

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Downtown Brand Values

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Revised Color Palette 28

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Shape the best times of your life in Downtown State College . As one of the nation’s iconic college towns, it is here where young adults get their first taste of independence, it is here where lifelong friendships are formed, and it is here where generations of former students come back time and again to experience the energy, the memories, and the spirit of this special place.

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Reconnect with the best times of your life in Downtown State College . It is home to the Centre Region’s largest collection of independent, locally owned shops and restaurants. It is here that independent booksellers, unique boutiques, and specialty shops thrive mere blocks from historic neighborhoods. It is here where the region comes to enjoy our international cuisine, fine dining, and casual fare in a dynamic walk-able setting.

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Downtown State College

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Create the best times of your life in Downtown State College. Creativity and culture thrive in our theatres, library, and public art. It is here where each summer Arts Fest transforms downtown into one of the nation’s most recognized events for art, film, music, and literature. It is here that young professionals share ideas that will evolve into the businesses of the future.

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Discover the best times of your life in Downtown State College . Families from across the region come here for a day of exploration. It is here that our Library hosts activities that enrich our community. It is here that the Discovery Space of Central Pennsylvania gives children the chance to explore, learn, and imagine. It is here that we gather for events to celebrate the vibrant life that the Centre Region has to offer.

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Live the best times of your life in Downtown State College . Our downtown is a place where people gather and we invite you to be a part of it. Make time for your family. Make time for your friends. Make time for yourself. The best times of your life . Downtown State

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD Theme 2

Navigating the District : Building a Pedestrian-Friendly, Multi-Modal Downtown


 Management of people, not cars  Enhance experience of pedestrian, bicycle and transit environments  Increase awareness and convenience of parking resources as part of Borough's parking management plan

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Multi-Modal Transportation Strategy

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Downtown

Pedestrian Level of Service Evening

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Remove Parking

Potential Parking Structures and Changes in On-Street Parking

Add Parking

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Add Parking

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Potential Bike Network 47

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD Theme 3

Connecting the District : Creating a Comfortable, Cohesive and Attractive Downtown


 Focus on series of small gathering spaces and great streets  Create a “complete” core by focusing on streets that will connect with recent and current streetscape enhancements  Establish a streetscape hierarchy  Establish palette of cohesive materials  Incorporate sustainable practices

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Public Realm Strategy

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Recommended Streetscape Typologies 55

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ALLEN CALDER BEAVER

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COLLEGE

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD College Avenue


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Four User Group Interests Motorists Bus Riders Bicyclists Pedestrians

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College Avenue

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The Issues “Ground Zero” for Town/Gown Image Pedestrian/ADA and Safety Bicycle Accommodations Bus Operations and Rider Experience Traffic

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College Avenue

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Existing Conditions to Inform the Design Curb-to-curb dimension (36’-42’) Elevation change on campus side (2-3’) Vegetation blocks views to campus No sidewalk adjacent to north side parking Existing Elms Historic campus elements Campus walks don’t always align with intersections Low curbs and flat grades on downtown side Undersized sidewalk areas PennDOT ownership

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College Avenue

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Conclusions With desire to accommodate motorists, transit, bicyclists and pedestrians within a limited dimension, compromise will be required Priority audience – the pedestrian Utilize hierarchical treatment – more design attention to the core between Fraser and Garner Streets Cohesive design is needed along entire length

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College Avenue

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The Concept Cohesive town/gown image Enhanced campus visibility Expanded pedestrian zones Enhanced transit stops Bike facilities

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College Avenue

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Paving Potential

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College Avenue - Opportunities

Uniform family of street lights and signal arms (Baltimore, MD)

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Ornamental Fence to Allow Views to Campus While Directing Pedestrians to Intersections

Pattee Mall

10’-12’ Shared Use Path

College Ave

Parking

4’ Sidewalk

Fraser St.

Sidewalk Bulbout, Typ.

Amenity Strip to Accommodate Grading (Exact Locations Determined at Design Phase)

Brick Sidewalk, Typ. (Expanded Where Road Dimensions Allow)

Allen St.

Parking

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Enlarged Stair and ADA Ramp Connection at Fraser Street

Gathering Space (Seating Opportunities, Tables, Special Planting, Etc.)

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Pattee Mall

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Stamped Concrete “Cobble” Color/Pattern

Allen St.

College Ave

Grand Stair, Planters at Entrance to Campus at Allen Street.

Ramp Connection to Allow Bicycle Access to Pattee Mall

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College Avenue East of Allen Street 70

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College Avenue

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College Avenue

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Enhanced Bus Stop with Shelters and Grand Stair

Bus Shelters

College Ave

Pugh St.

Allen St.

Parking

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Old Main Lawn

Enhanced ADA Stair and Ramp Connection at Pugh Street

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10’-12’ Shared Use Path

Sidewalk Bulbout, Typ.

College Ave

18” Brick Edge Parking

Amenity Strip to Accommodate Grading (Exact Locations Determined at Design Phase)

McAllister St.

Pugh St.

ne Chica

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Henderson Mall

Ornamental Fence to Allow Views to Campus While Directing Pedestrians to Intersections

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College Avenue East of Pugh Street 75

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Ornamental Fence to Allow Views to Campus While Directing Pedestrians to Intersections

Limestone Retaining Wall 10’-12’ Shared Use Path 18” Brick Edge

College Ave

Sidewalk Bulbout, Typ.

Locust Lane.

McAllister St.

Parking

Amenity Strip to Accommodate Grading (Exact Locations Determined at Design Phase)

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Enhanced Bus Stop with Shelters

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College Avenue at Hiester Street Bus Stop 77

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Ornamental Fence to Allow Views to Campus While Directing Pedestrians to Intersections Limestone Retaining Wall

10’-12’ Shared Use Path

Locust Lane.

College Ave

Sidewalk Bulbout, Typ.

Amenity Strip to Accommodate Grading (Exact Locations Determined at Design Phase)

Hiester St.

18” Brick Edge

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Enhanced Bus Stop with Shelters

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Gathering Area and Gateway

Limestone Retaining Wall 10’-12’ Shared Use Path

10’-12’ Shared Use Path 4’ Sidewalk

Parking

Amenity Strip to Accommodate Grading (Exact Locations Determined at Design Phase)

Parking

Garner Street.

Hiester St.

College Ave

Parking

18” Brick Edge

Sidewalk Bulbout, Typ.

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Expanded Gathering Area

Ornamental Fence to Allow Views to Campus While Directing Pedestrians to Intersections

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Ornamental Fence to Allow Views to Campus While Directing Pedestrians to Intersections

Limestone Retaining Wall 10’-12’ Shared Use Path 4’ Sidewalk ) Parking

Parking

Parking

Sowers St.

Garner Street.

Parking

College Ave

Sidewalk Bulbout, Typ.

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Expanded Gathering Area

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Amenity Zone Conditions

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Campus/Downtown Pedestrian Connections

Existing High Street/College Avenue Intersection

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Campus/Downtown Pedestrian Connections

Existing High Street/College Avenue Intersection

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Eastview Terrace

Curb Extension and Crosswalks to Provide Safer Pedestrian Crossing

High Street

College Avenue

Proposed High Street/College Avenue Intersection

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High/College Intersection

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD Beaver Avenue


The Issues Varying character Limited sidewalk area High density of students

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The Concept Cohesive level of quality throughout Expanded pedestrian gathering areas Potential lane reduction/parking (east of Garner)

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Beaver Avenue

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Sowers Street

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Merge to One Travel Lane

Hetzel Street

Expanded Sidewalk Area and Special Paving

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Beaver Avenue in Vicinity of Hetzel Street 89

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD Allen Street Promenade


The Concept 100 Block as a “great place” Maintain vehicular access and parking most of the time Pedestrian - only some of the time High design aesthetic

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Allen Street

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Allen Street - Precedents

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Allen Street - Precedents

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Special Paving in Cartway and Parallel Parking Spaces Bollards Between Street and Sidewalk

Beaver Avenue

College Avenue

Allen Street

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Brick Paving Along Sidewalks, Typ.

Beaver Avenue

Calder Way

Calder Way

College Ave

Allen Street – The Concept (Typical Day)

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Special Paving in Cartway and Parallel Parking Spaces Bollards Between Street and Sidewalk

Allen Street

Parking

Typical Day

Beaver Avenue

College Avenue

Parking

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Brick Paving Along Sidewalks, Typ.

Beaver Avenue

Calder Way

Calder Way

College Ave

Allen Street – The Concept (Typical Day)

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Full Festival

Beaver Avenue

College Avenue

Allen Street

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Performance Spaces at Beaver and College Ave. Vendor Spaces and Outdoor Dining Located in Parallel Parking Zone, Typ.

Beaver Avenue

Calder Way

Calder Way

College Ave

Allen Street – The Concept (Large Event)

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Small Festival/Event

Beaver Avenue

College Avenue

Allen Street

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Allen St. – Calder Way Intersection Remains Clear to Allow for Vehicular Circulation Between Beaver Ave. and Calder Way

Beaver Avenue

Calder Way

Calder Way

College Ave

Allen Street – The Concept (Small Event)

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD Calder Way


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The Concept Service, pedestrians and bikes Inconvenient for cars Two-way flow for bikes Different experience from College and Allen Arts/funky Divert attention from utilities – don’t invest in undergrounding them

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Calder Way

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Calder Way - Existing Conditions

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Calder Way - Precedents

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Calder Way - Precedents

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Calder Way – The Concept Façade Treatments

Calder Way Banners

Overhea d Lights

Special Paving Murals/Wall Art

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Parking/Servic e Areas

Allen Street

Fraser Street

Occasional Tree

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Calder Way 112

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD General


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Cohesive Materials

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Cohesive Materials

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Cohesive Materials

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Cohesive Materials

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Cohesive Materials

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Incorporate Throughout Transit, bike, pedestrian emphasis - “park once” Water quality Green roof LED Lighting Use of recycled materials Recycling stations Solar-powered trash compactors

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Sustainability

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Sustainability

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Sustainability

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD Catalyst Project


Catalyst Project 123

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Completed Streetscape

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Allen Street Promenade: $1-1.2 Million

Calder Way: $700-$800K

New Streetscape Improvements

Catalyst Project ($2.25- 2.7 Million)

Pugh (Portion): $350-400K

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Intersection: $200-$300K

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THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD Theme 4

Managing the District : Fostering a Safe and Appealing Downtown (To Develop in Phase II)


THE VISION: LOOKING FORWARD Theme 5

Living in the District : Establishing Downtown as a Place for Professionals to Live and Work (To Develop in Phase II)


August 20-22:

Project Kick-off

November 5-8:

Planning Charrette

January 25-Feb 15:

Phase I Draft

March 21-22:

Phase I Final/Phase II Draft

April 15/16:

Presentation of Final Draft

June 2013:

Master Plan Complete

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More Information

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Phase I Draft Presentation to PSU Leadership

February 14, 2013

Mahan Rykiel Associates

Arnett Muldrow Associates Grimm + Parker Architects Stahl Scheaffer Engineering Kalback Planning and Design Dan Jones Landscape Architecture

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