Archive for “East End Transformation Charrette”
The City of Richmond, Bon Secours, and RRHA are hosting the East End Charrette One-Year Anniversary celebration at the Robinson Theater, TONIGHT, June 21st at 5:30PM.
City Council 7th District representative Cynthia Newbille will hold a meeting tonight at EDI (701 North 25th Street) at 6:30PM for the continued review and discussion of the draft Richmond Nine Mile Road/25th Street Corridor Revitalization Plan.
City Council 7th District representative Cynthia Newbille is seeking your input on the draft version of the plan for the revitalization of the 25th Street/Nine Mile corridor created from the East End Transformation Charrette earlier this year. Ms.Newbille would like to get your feedback by the end of September, towards pulling the suggestions together for […]
There will be a special meeting of the New Visions Civic League from 10AM-noon on Saturday, September 4 at the East End Library to gather feedback on the draft plan from the East End Transformation Charrette: This meeting will deal specifically with the drawings that show proposed changes for the area. Civic league members and […]
The first draft version of the plan for the revitilization of the 25th Street/Nine Mile corridor has been released: The plan details specific proposals for a number of areas and is a result of the input from more than 1,000 people who attended the opening and closing events and the various planning sessions throughout the […]
Councilwoman Newbille will hold a meeting in Richmond’s East End 7th District to discuss and review the preliminary draft report that was written to encompass the results of the seven-day Richmond Nine Mile Road/25th Street Corridor Revitalization Plan – Community Planning “Charrette” held in June. The meeting will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2010, […]
Venable and 25th Street (proposed) Tonight’s final presentation of the East End Transformation Charrette shared a vision of what could be for the 25th Street and Nine Mile Road corridors. Video & more…
The final presentation of the East End Transformation is being webcast live and liveblogged by BonSecours right now. You can also follow online via twitter with #eevric.
From the East End Transformation Public Pin-up and Youth Charrette today at the Family Resource Center: a list of retail that teenagers would like to see, and maps marking in green and red the safe and unsafe places.
The folks at Duany Plater-Zyberk shared some of their process and what they’ve been hearing tonight as the East End Transformation process moved to the Family Resource Center on Jefferson Avenue for the Studio Open House.