This Saturday, June 29th marks the last open house before UW student, Katy Haima, finishes her recommended design concepts for the Pierre Visioning Project.
June 29th, 2:30-5:30pm, Lake City Library
Drop in any time, brief presentations will be given at 3:00 and 4:00
This is a crucial time to ensure your voice is heard! Please stop by, learn more and give your input. These final comments will be passed on to the Pierre family when Ms. Haima meets with them to present her recommendations.
The Pierre Visioning Project began well over a year ago, when the Pierre family engaged Don Moody of CBRE to pursue potential development of some of their family-owned property in Lake City. The project, involving almost 14 acres of land, quickly turned into an opportunity for the Lake City community to discuss neighborhood challenges and dream big for the future.
UW students from a variety of architecture and urban planning classes have worked on this project. Through their efforts, a broad range of community members have given feedback on everything from pedestrian safety to their longing to have a Trader Joe’s in the area.
Ms. Haima has made the Pierre Visioning Project the subject of her Master’s degree work. In March, she presented her work and invited the public to give further feedback before she submits final recommendations to the Pierre family this summer. Ms. Haima created an impressive visual display of development options. If you were unable to attend, you can view her presentation materials here. This Saturday’s open house is a follow-up to that work, and a final opportunity to provide Ms. Haima with more feedback.