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Broadway Stakeholders to Consider Enhancements for the Corridor 

The East Tennessee Community Design Center (ETCDC) will hold a Public Input Session and Design Charrette Thursday, Nov. 5, 5:30 -8:30 p.m., at St. James Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall, 1101 N. Broadway to focus on the Hall of Fame Exit to Branson Avenue.

A Design charrette is an intense period of design with input from users and designers to develop a solution to a defined problem. ETCDC will gather input from business owners, landowners, community and neighborhood representatives, and City staff. There will be a 30-minute input session followed by a 90-minute breakout session with the assistance of facilitators to develop design concepts for the Broadway Corridor between Fifth Avenue and I-640.

Seating is limited. If you think you may be able to attend, please contact Leslie Fawaz, studio design director at the Design Center, at 525-9945 or leslie@communitydc.org.

The results from the meeting will influence the overall Broadway Corridor Enhancement Plan that will be developed through the ETCDC.

For more detail, see this poster as well as article #3 in the Oct. 27 issue of the city’s Neighborhood Advisory newsletter.

Posted by tharris On 02 November, 2015 at 12:08 PM