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« on: September 11, 2017, 09:25:37 am »

If you want to have a voice in possible planning for neighborhoods north of downtown here is your chance.


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Unity Heritage Neighborhoods Design Workshop
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36 East Cameron Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103
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WORKSHOP INTRODUCTION & INITIAL COMMUNITY INPUT

Meet the team. Hear about the components necessary for making vibrant, walkable, mixed-use, diverse, and inclusive cities, towns, and neighborhoods. Share your vision and desires for the area.

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

The University of Notre Dame Graduate Urban Design Studio will be traveling to Tulsa to work with our community to provide positive visions for future development. The studio will be conducting a 3-month design study focused on the Unity Heritage Neighborhoods located immediately north of downtown. The study broadly encompasses areas such as the Brady Heights Historic District, Emerson Elementary, Greenwood, and the Evans-Fintube site. To kick-off this effort, the studio will be conducting a week-long design workshop from September 11th - 15th to meet with the local community, to hear our thoughts for the area, and to begin envisioning the possibilities with us through a series of visual urban and architectural designs. Come on out and imagine the future together!
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Workshop Introduction & Initial Community Input
Monday, September 11th, 6-8pm | 36 Degrees North
Meet the team. Hear about the components necessary for making vibrant, walkable, mixed-use, diverse, and inclusive cities, towns, and neighborhoods. Share your vision and desires for the area. RSVP for September 11th.
Mid-Week Design Presentation & Initial Feedback

Wednesday, September 13th, 6-8pm | The Greenwood Cultural Center   
Check out the in-process urban and architectural designs and provide feedback for the students to work on to further shape the vision. RSVP for September 13th.
End-of-Workshop Design Presentation & Feedback

Friday, September 15th, 6-8pm | Tulsa City County Library, Central Library
See the final designs from the week and provide your thoughts and feedback for the students to continue to work on during the remainder of their study. The studio will return to Tulsa in December to present their final designs and findings for the community to use as an ongoing resource. RSVP for September 15th above by clicking on "Register."

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