Project Type:      Development and transportation Master Plan   Size:  100 City Blocks    Client:  The Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City
       
     
 The Midtown Urban Renewal Plan came about as part of an extensive design process involving input from both stakeholders and members of the public as well as representatives from the different departments within the City of Oklahoma City.  The Plan focused on pedestrian and transit oriented design concepts, guidelines for increased density, and specific targeted proposals for creating and maintaining redevelopment momentum within the project area. These concepts were carefully constructed to promote and facilitate public-private partnerships to dramatically increase the potential for successful implementation.
       
     
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  Project Type:      Development and transportation Master Plan   Size:  100 City Blocks    Client:  The Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City
       
     

Project Type:   Development and transportation Master Plan

Size: 100 City Blocks 

Client: The Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City

 The Midtown Urban Renewal Plan came about as part of an extensive design process involving input from both stakeholders and members of the public as well as representatives from the different departments within the City of Oklahoma City.  The Plan focused on pedestrian and transit oriented design concepts, guidelines for increased density, and specific targeted proposals for creating and maintaining redevelopment momentum within the project area. These concepts were carefully constructed to promote and facilitate public-private partnerships to dramatically increase the potential for successful implementation.
       
     

The Midtown Urban Renewal Plan came about as part of an extensive design process involving input from both stakeholders and members of the public as well as representatives from the different departments within the City of Oklahoma City.

The Plan focused on pedestrian and transit oriented design concepts, guidelines for increased density, and specific targeted proposals for creating and maintaining redevelopment momentum within the project area. These concepts were carefully constructed to promote and facilitate public-private partnerships to dramatically increase the potential for successful implementation.

fig 2.5.1f - 8th Harv Rob DISCLAIMER.jpg