North Downtown Waterfront Development: Building Design Proposals

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Title: North Downtown Waterfront Development: Building Design Proposals
Author: Schmidt, Elizabeth M.; Larco, Nico
Abstract: During the Fall 2010 and Winter 2011 academic terms at the University of Oregon, twelve students in an architecture studio course worked with the City of Salem to develop twelve different architectural programs and designs for the redevelopment of Salem’s North Downtown Waterfront.Proposals include a Salem river research center, brewpubs, museums, recreation centers, hotels, and housing. A river research center has the potential to draw tourism to the area and to provide a home for new and innovative research. Brewpubs would provide another form of attraction, fitting in to the current industrial feel of the area. Museums and civic attractions can provide a complement to the downtown commercial district, and higher-density housing will help support any potential new businesses. This wide range of project types displays the great potential of the site as a whole.
Description: 58 pages
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/11676
Date: 2010


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