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Envision Utah Downtown Rising Study
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Although the Downtown Rising project did not cover the Granary District, the southern boundary of project is 600 South which is the northern boundary of the Granary district. The study has some…Continue

Tags: Planning, Envision, Utah, Urban, Recreation

Started this discussion. Last reply by James Alfandre Oct 11, 2012.

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James Alfandre replied to Brian Smith's discussion Envision Utah Downtown Rising Study
"Oh, thanks. Look forward to seeing the results. Thanks again for sharing."
Oct 11, 2012
Brian Smith replied to Brian Smith's discussion Envision Utah Downtown Rising Study
"To be clear, what I posted was completed in 2007 but is the foundation for the current work. The current work is more specific that the original project."
Oct 10, 2012
James Alfandre replied to Brian Smith's discussion Envision Utah Downtown Rising Study
"The file was too big, but I'll post it soon and interested to hear your thoughts."
Oct 9, 2012
James Alfandre replied to Brian Smith's discussion Envision Utah Downtown Rising Study
"Brian,  Thanks for sharing this! I knew they were doing a study that would eventually turn into zoning recommendations for the City, but didn't know some of the findings/ suggestions were out yet. There are some gerat suggestions too and…"
Oct 9, 2012
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Envision Utah Downtown Rising Study

Although the Downtown Rising project did not cover the Granary District, the southern boundary of project is 600 South which is the northern boundary of the Granary district. The study has some elements that may be of interest to the Granary District.The city should be encouraged adopt these elements as part of the Granary District Master Plan. http://www.envisionutah.org/eu_projects_localvisioning.html The Soul of Our…See More
Oct 9, 2012
Brian Smith commented on James Alfandre's blog post Incredible Example of Urban Revitalization
"As one who has lived in the Netherlands, this is classic Dutch ingenuity housing and green space issues. For Salt Lake the issues of bringing middle income families back to the city is exactly the same. Making an area attractive to middle income…"
Oct 8, 2012
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Do you own a business or property in the Granary District? And if so, what business or property?
No
What would your ideal neighborhood look like?
Urban but commual. Small, cohesive.

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