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Design District

Victory Park

LINC Dallas

[Leveraging & Improving Neighborhood Connections] Boundary Description


The study area is divided by the Trinity River. The eastern section is bounded by Lamar Avenue to the east, Hatcher Street to the south, the Trinity River Levee and Great Forrest to the west, and Continental Avenue to the north. The western section is bounded by the Trinity River Levee and Great Forrest to the east, loosely by Morrell Avenue, E 11th Street, and Cedar Creek to the south, and I-35 the west.

Deep Ellum Downtown

Area Description

West Dallas

Area A Cedars

The northern section of LINC Dallas incorporates the southern end of Victory, the western edge of downtown Dallas, Cedars South, and the industrial edge of Forrest Heights before reaching the Trinity River and Great Forrest. Connections between these areas to one another and to the proposed Trinity Park have been challenged by major highway and rail infrastructure, undesirable uses, and a lack of predictable and consistent street framework. Development west of the railway became possible with the building of the Levees in the late 1920s. Today it includes light industrial, jail and courthouse facilities, bail bond offices, gas stations, liquor stores, and assorted motel and fast-food establishments. Today, remnants of the original Trinity River snake their way through undeveloped land, small metal scrap yards, and other industrial uses. The western section is conveniently connected to Downtown Dallas, The Cedars, and the rest of South Dallas. The Dallas Zoo sits directly west of this area which includes the 10th Street Historic District, Oak Cliff Cemetery, the residential area known as the Bottoms, and one of the highest ranked high schools in the nation, Townview Magnate Center. The Corinth Street DART Station anchors an under-developed intersection at 8th Street and Corinth Street where Cedar Creek winds its way from parts of West Oak Cliff and the Dallas Zoo through white rock outcroppings before emerging at Moore Park and the edge of the Great Trinity Forrest.

Area B
594 ac

Current Plans for Area

Oak Cliff Area C


377 ac

Area D Area E
241 ac 270 ac

Improvements to the IH30 and IH35 bridges, the horseshoe, and connections to existing freeways are in design with portions expected to start construction in 2013. Riverfront Boulevard is slated for a reduction to six lanes plus on street parking, while the stormwater drainage infrastructure below will be replaced with a large capacity system. Currently in design, Able Pump Station will be replaced with a new station capable of moving a larger amount of storm water at a faster rate. With the completion of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in March 2012, the adjacent Continental Bridge will be converted to pedestrian use, programmed with activities and flex space to accommodate events throughout the year. Design has begun to extend the east levee south from its current terminus further to I-45 with possible construction at an undetermined point in the future. Environmental studies are underway for a high speed north-south reliever route through Dallas with local preferred alternative that places the Trinity Parkway on the inside of the east levee. Improvements for the Cedar Crest Bridge and gateways at either end are also in design. Proximity to the Trinity River, its future improvements, and direct connections to downtown makes the western section attractive for growth and redevelopment. However, there are a number of neighborhood agencies, community stakeholders, and local development organizations that have a vision for this area rooted in the needs and history of the community. Moore Park is undergoing construction which includes a pavilion, an overlook, an amphitheater, picnic areas, trailhead into the Great Trinity Forest and a chain of new wetlands, a connection to the Santa Fe Trestle trail, and to the standing wave. Shared community vision improvements for the Cedar Crest Bridge and gateways at either end are currently under design.

209 ac

D Are a

Are a

Are a

Are a

Are a

Land Area Comparison

Total Area: Total Population: Density:

1683 acres 11,806 1.90 people/acre

[includes 8,606 in jail population] [does not include jail population]

LINC Dallas Area


Transportation network and buildings

Figure Ground

Helps identify opportunities for clarification of the urban order

Area A

Convention Center I 30 Bridge [figure] building footprint, graphically illustrates density [ground] surrounding buildings space between

Area B

Southside on Lamar I 35 Bridge

Area C
Townview magnate school

Area D Area E

10th st. historic district Dallas Zoo

150 300

600

1,200 0 150 300 600 1,200

Current Planning Initiatives

LINC Dallas location in reference to current area plans

Trinity River Corridor Project


Lakes Outlet Channel Promenade Arival Plaza Fountain Plaza Downtown Overlook

Downtown Dallas 360 - provides strategic, action-oriented development plan as blue-print for next phase of downtown revitalization. 360 cultivates a collective vision for our downtowns future and creates strategic implementation actions West Dallas - a shared vision capitalizing on existing assets, neighborhood preservation, abundant land near the urban core, and current investment in public infrastructure Trinity River Corridor Project - A grand vision with broad support with the underlying belief that the long range health and vitality of our city is within reach

Identifies locations of planned activity nodes and access points from adjacent communities

Amphitheatre

Levee Park

Trinity River Corridor Project covers approximately 23 miles and 10,000 acres of the Trinity River. Components of the project include:
Eco Restorers

Boat Launch Oxbow Lake

Cyprus Pond Pecan grove Lamar Levee Extension

Trinity River Corridor Project

Flood Protection Environmental Restoration Recreation Transportation Community/Economic Development

Dart Station Moore Park Chain of Wetlands

Great Trinity Forest

Equestrian Trail
0 150 300 600 1,200 0 150 300 0 150 300 600 600 1,200 1,200

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Continental Bridge Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge County Jail and Courthouse State Jail Commerce Bridge

6. I-30 Bridge 7. Houston Viaduct 8. Je erson Viaduct 9. I-35 Bridges 10. Victory 10.

11. Dealey Plaza 12. Old Red Museum 13. Union Station 14. Hyatt Regency 15. Dallas Convention Hotel

16. Dallas Convention Center 17. El Centro College 18. Belo Garden 19. Trinity River 20. Able Pump Station

Area A : Riverfront
Boundary Description Area Description
This Area is bounded by North Lamar Avenue to the east, Cadiz Street to the South, the Trinity River Levee to the west, and Continental Avenue to the north. Riverfront is uniquely positioned between the Trinity River and Victory, the western edge of downtown Dallas, and the Cedars. Natural and inviting ways to connect these parts of the city to one another and to the proposed Trinity Park have been challenged by major highway and rail infrastructure, and a lack of predictable and consistent urban street patterns. Development west of the West End and Reunion Districts are made up of light industrial, county jail and courthouse facilities, supportive bail bond o ces, gas stations, liquor stores, and an assortment of motel and casual eating establishments. PDs 774 and 784 cover the majority of the area, employing a form based code as an approach of future development. Additionally, the Sports Arena TIF District touches a small northern portion of the Riverfront area.

1. 2. 3. 5. 4. 14. 13. 15. 17. 11. 12. 18.

Current Plans for Area

Improvements to both the IH30 and IH35 bridges, the horseshoe, and connections to existing freeways are under design and will go out to bid the later part of 2012. Riverfront Boulevard has been approved for a reduction to six lanes plus on street parking. Together with the reconstruction of Riverfront, the aging stormwater drainage infrastructure will be replaced with a larger capacity system. Currently in the design stage, Able Pump Station will be replaced with a new station capable of moving a larger capacity of storm water at a faster rate.

594 ac

Area A
19. 6.

16.

Area A Area B Area C Area D Area E 45 1148 1216 572

8825*

* includes a county and state jail population of 8606

20.

377 ac 270 ac

Paved Roadway Surface Parking Parks and Open Space Building Footprint
9.

15%

24%
22%

unimproved developable land

176 ac.

7. 8.

14%

total land

594 ac.
vacancy vs. total area

209 ac

241 ac

2%
1% 13%

land occupied by buildings

75 ac.

Are aD

Are aA

Are aC

Are a

Are a

Unimproved Land Unimproved Private Space


21% 9%

Land Area Comparison

30%

land occupied by roads

143 ac.

500

1000

2000

4000

buildings vs. roads

Area Assets

Connectivity Diagram

Area asset locations and 5 min. walk radius map

Rail and Automobile network diagram


Historic Street Car Lines DART Station Orange Line

1/4 mi 5 min. walk

DART Station Red Line DART Station Blue Line DART Station Green Line TRE Commuter Train Station

5 min. walk radius


Police Stations Schools Hotel Convention Center Restaurant

McKinney Avenue Trolley Line Planned Oak Cli Streetcar Line

dallas citydesign studio Daycare Facilities


Libraries Grocery Stores Hospitals Cultural Insitution

Highway Retail Service Retail Automotive Shop Places of Worship


forest line 4miles

Principal Arterial Minor Arterial Community Collector


Pedestrian Connectivity Gap

Trinity River Existing Access

Figure Ground Diagram

Helps identify opportunities for clari cation of the urban order

Proposed Infrastructure

Overlay of major infrastructure projects

[ground] surrounding space between buildings [ gure] building footprint, graphically illustrates density

woodall rogers extension margaret hunt hill bridge planned Trinity parkway
trinity heights line 3miles

I-35 riverfront blvd.

I-30 bridge horseshoe Analysis: The western section of this area has no discernible building pattern or scale. Pockets of small dense communities to the west stand in contrast with large areas of un-built space occasionally interrupted by resolutely larger building footprints. I-35 bridges

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

I-30E Dallas Convention Center Able Pump Station Oncor Substation Rock Island

6. Gilleys 7. Dallas South Side Hotel 8. Cedars DART Station 9. Dallas Police Headquarters 10. Southside on Lamar

11. Sears Warehouse 12. Trinity River 13. I-35 Bridges 14. Corinth Bridge 15. Standing Wave

16. Great Trinity Forest 17. Santa Fe Trestle Trail 18. The Beat Condominiums 19. Old Trinity Meander 20. Red/Blue DART Line

Area B : Southside
Boundary Description Area Description
The Southside area is bounded by South Lamar Avenue to the east, The DART railway to the South, the Trinity River Levee to the west, and Cadiz Street to the north. Southside is composed of two distinctive areas, the south-western edge of the Cedars and the Cedars west area, west of the Union Paci c Railway. Among the oldest communities in Dallas, the Cedars rst developed in the 1870s with large Victorian homes for the citys business leaders. In the early 1900s, industry replaced most of the single family neighborhood and laid the foundation for the type of uses and building stock that exists today. In 2000, Southside on Lamar welcomed its rst residents and served to spur additional neighborhood improvements including ground oor retail, o ce uses, and the Jack Evans Dallas Police Headquarters.

2. 1.

10.

6. 3. 7.

18. 9. 10.

8.

Development west of the railway became possible with the building of the Levees in the early 1930s and has historically been industrial in nature. Today, remnants of the original Trinity River snake their way through undeveloped land, small metal scrap yards, and other industrial small businesses. Southside is entirely zoned under three PDs. The undeveloped land and site of the old Alford Refrigerated Storage is zoned PD 800. PD 317 serves the south-western edge of the Cedars, and PD 784 makes up the rest of the area along Riverfront Boulevard. There are two TIFs and a PD in the area.

4. 19. 13. 5.

17. 11.

Current Plans for Area

The city has various infrastructure projects funded and under design in the area. Able Pump Station will be replaced with a new station capable of moving a larger capacity of storm water at a faster rate. Riverfront Boulevard will be re-built and new ways for how stormwater is captured, retained, and treated before being moved into the Trinity will be incorporated.

594 ac

Area B
19. 12. 5. 19.

Area A Area B Area C Area D Area E 45 1148 1216 572

8825*

* includes a county and state jail population of 8606

19.

377 ac 270 ac
14. 17. 20. 16. 15.

Paved Roadway Surface Parking Parks and Open Space Building Footprint Unimproved Land Unimproved Private Space

7%

unimproved developable land

174 ac.

14% 10% 0%

total land

377 ac.

209 ac

241 ac

vacancy vs. total area


land occupied by roads land occupied by buildings

20%

30 ac.
75 ac.
buildings vs. roads

Are aD

Are aA

Are aC

Land Area Comparison

Are aE

46%

Are a

500

1000

2000

4000

17% 21%

Area Assets

Connectivity Diagram

Area asset locations and 5 min. walk radius map

Rail and Automobile network diagram


Historic Street Car Lines

dallas citydesign studio


1/4 mi 5 min. walk

DART Station Orange Line DART Station Red Line DART Station Blue Line DART Station Green Line TRE Commuter Train Station

5 min. walk radius


Police Stations Schools Daycare Facilities Libraries Grocery Stores Hospitals Cultural Insitution Hotel Convention Center Restaurant
forest line 4miles

McKinney Avenue Trolley Line Planned Oak Cli Streetcar Line

Highway Retail Service Retail Automotive Shop


trinity heights line 3miles

Principal Arterial Minor Arterial Community Collector


Pedestrian Connectivity Gap

Places of Worship

Trinity River Access

Figure Ground Diagram

Helps identify opportunities for clari cation of the urban order

Proposed Infrastructure

Overlay of major infrastructure projects

[ground] surrounding space between buildings [ gure] building footprint, graphically illustrates density

horseshoe southside on lamar u.p.r.r. freight rail sears warehouse

I-35 bridges rock island planned trinity parkway

Analysis: Large tracks of vacant land with small isolated pockets of development.
Highway Dart Train Stations

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Trinity River Red/Blue DART Line Santa fe trestle Trail Great Trinity Forest Cedar crest Bridge

6. Forest Avenue 7. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 8. DISD Maintenance Facility 9. I-45 10. St. Phillips

11. Standing Wave

Area C : Lamar Levee


Boundary Description Area Description
This area is bounded by South Lamar Avenue to the east,Hatcher Street to the South, the Great Trinity Forest to the west, and DARTs railway to the north. Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard terminates near Forest Park before continuing across the Great Trinity Forest over the Cedar Crest Bridge. It has the smallest population of all five areas at 45, and is shaped by industrial uses sandwiched between DARTs railway and I-45, and backing-up to the Great Trinity Forest. It is adjacent to single family neighborhoods across lamar. A total lack of any street connectivity through the large industrial parcels makes it difficult for residents of Forest Heights and Colonial Hill neighborhoods to the north east to gain access and enjoy the recreational opportunities the Great Trinity Forest has to offer.

Current Plans for Area


7.

Schematic design has been completed on plans to extend the east levee south from its current terminus at the DART railway further to I-45. Construction of the southern tail of the proposed trinity parkway will provide better connection for US 175 ti I-45 and allow for SM Wright to be returned to a grand boulevard, reuniting neighborhoods east of the study area. The proposed parkway on the inside of the east levee also connects directly to Riverfront Boulevard, Cedar Crest Bridge, and I-45.

10. 6. 9.

Improvements for the Cedar Crest Bridge and gateways at either end are currently under design. The improvements are planned to meet a shared community vision garnered through a public engagement process and funded through city bond funds.

1. 3. 2. 11. 5.

594 ac

4.

Area C

Area A
8.

8825* 572 45 1148 1216


* includes a county and state jail population of 8606

Area B Area C Area D Area E

377 ac 274 ac 270 ac

Paved Roadway Surface Parking

3%

unimproved developable land


16% 14%

66 ac.

total land

241 ac

Parks and Open Space Building Footprint

275 ac.

0%

vacancy vs. total area


16%

land occupied by roads


31%

17 ac.
34 ac.

Are aD

Are aA

Are aC

Are aE

Are a

Unimproved Land Unimproved Private Space

land occupied by buildings

Land Area Comparison

500

1000

2000

4000

34%

buildings vs. roads

dallas citydesign studio


By some estimates, Oak Cliffs current population is about 280,000, making it about the same size as Raleigh, North Carolina, St. Paul Minnesota or Buffalo, New York. However, depending on how you size Oak Cliff (there are no real boundaries) some estimate its area includes a population of about 400,000 -- which would make it about the size of Sacramento, California -- If it were not a part of Dallas, Oak Cliff would be the 40th largest city in the United States

Area Assets

Connectivity Diagram
forest line 4miles
On average, Dallas is windier than Chicago The Windy City. Chicagos annualized average wind speed is10.4 mph. Dallas averages 10.7 mph for the full year, and has higher wind speed averages in eight of the 12

Area asset locations and 5 min. walk radius map

Rail and Automobile network diagram


Historic Street Car Lines DART Station Orange Line DART Station Red Line DART Station Blue Line DART Station Green Line TRE Commuter Train Station

1/4 mi 5 min. walk

5 min. walk radius


Police Stations Schools Daycare Facilities Libraries Grocery Stores Hospitals Cultural Insitution
trinity heights Hotel line 3miles

McKinney Avenue Trolley Line Planned Oak Cliff Streetcar Line

Convention Center Restaurant Highway Retail Service Retail Automotive Shop Places of Worship Principal Arterial Minor Arterial Community Collector
Pedestrian Connectivity Gap

Trinity River Access

Figure Ground Diagram

Helps identify opportunities for clarification of the urban order

Proposed Infrastructure

Overlay of major infrastructure projects

[ground] surrounding space between buildings [figure] building footprint, graphically illustrates density

mlk jr. blvd. forest ave. cedar crest bridge

Highway Principal Arterial Minor Arterial Community Collector

*
600 1,200

Dart Train Stations Pedestrian Connectivity Gap Trinity River Access

great trinity forest I-45 planned trinity parkway

150 300

150 300

600

1,200

access and connectivity

Analysis: The area is comproised mostly of a large scale commercial/industrial buildings that stand in large contrast to the single family neighborhood to the east.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Old Burnett Field I-35 Bridges I-35 Dallas Zoo Eloise Lundy Park

6. Eloise Lundy Rec. Center 7. Townview Magnet Center 8. 10th St. Historic District 9. The Bottoms 10. Harlee School 2. 1.

11. Oak Cliff Cemetery 12. Trinity River 13. Braken Village 14. Old Elevated Trinity Hts. Streetcar Line 15. Cedar Creek

16. Corinth Bridge 17. Corinth DART Station

Area D : 10th Street/Bottom


Boundary Description Area Description
The area is bounded by the Trinity River Levee and Corinth Street to the east, Clarendon Drive to the south, Ewing Street to the west, and I-35 to the west. The area is linked to Downtown Dallas, The Cedars, and the rest of South Dallas by two bridges across the Trinity and adjacent red/blue line DART stations. Although it has adjacency to the Trinity, there is a lack of formal access points to the levee and river below. The 10th Street Historic District, a historic African-American Freedmans Town neighborhood on hilly terrain, the areas oldest cemetery, Oak Cliff Cemetery established in 1846 and Harlee Elementary School, built in 1934, are all part of 10th Street/Bottoms. Adjacent to this historic district is the Dallas Housing Authoritys Braken Village, built in 1952 consists of 102 public housing units.

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5. 6. 16. 9. 3. 7. 10. 8. 11. 13. 14. 15. 17.

The area known as the Bottoms, is located on a low lying stretch of land adjacent to the Trinity River Levee. Established in the mid-nineteenth century, it is comprised of small and modest single family homes built in the 1930s-1950s, community churches, a city park and recreation center, and one of the highest ranked high schools in the nation, Townview Magnet Center. The Dallas Zoo, one of the citys best assets, sits directly south-west of the area.

Current Plans for Area

Proximity to the Trinity River, its future improvements, and direct connection to downtown makes this area attractive for growth and redevelopment. There are a number of neighborhood churches, agencies, community stakeholders, and local development organizations that have a vision for this area rooted in the needs and history of the community.

594 ac

Area D

Area A Area B Area C Area D Area E 45 1148 1216 572

8825*

* includes a county and state jail population of 8606

377 ac
4.

Paved Roadway Surface Parking


5%

12%

unimproved developable land

209 ac

241 ac

270 ac

Parks and Open Space Building Footprint Unimproved Land Unimproved Private Space

total land

241 ac.

3%

vacancy vs. total area


land occupied by roads

9%

30 ac.
22 ac.
buildings vs. roads

Are aD

Are aA

Are aC

Are aE

36%

Are a

land occupied by buildings

Land Area Comparison

500

1000

2000

4000

35%

Area Assets

Connectivity Diagram

Area asset locations and 5 min. walk radius map

Rail and Automobile network diagram


Historic Street Car Lines DART Station Orange Line

1/4 mi 5 min. walk


trinity heights line 3miles

DART Station Red Line DART Station Blue Line DART Station Green Line TRE Commuter Train Station McKinney Avenue Trolley Line Hotel Convention Center Restaurant Highway Retail Service Retail Automotive Shop Places of Worship Principal Arterial Minor Arterial Community Collector Planned Oak Cliff Streetcar Line

5 min. walk radius


Police Stations Schools Daycare Facilities Libraries Grocery Stores Hospitals Cultural Insitution

Pedestrian Connectivity Gap

Trinity River Access

Figure Ground Diagram

Helps identify opportunities for clarification of the urban order

Proposed Infrastructure

Overlay of major infrastructure projects

[ground] surrounding space between buildings [figure] building footprint, graphically illustrates density
Highway Principal Arterial Minor Arterial Cultural Insitution Hotel Retail Service Retail
0 150 300 600 1,200

I-35 bridges eloise lundy park the bottoms

Grocery Stores Hospitals

Convention Center Restaurant

Automotive Shop Places of Worship

Dart Train Stations Pedestrian Connectivity Gap Trinity River Access

townview magnet school harlee school

Community Collector

10th st. historic district cedar creek

ets

access and connectivity


Analysis: Predominant single family development pattern.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Corinth Bridge Corinth DART Station Cedar Crest Creek Red/Blue DART Line Old Santa Fe Trestle Bridge and Trail

6. Standing Wave 7. The Great Trinity Forest 8. Wetland Cell A 9. Cedar Crest Bridge 10. Wetland Cell B

11. Moore Park

Area E : Cedar Creek


Boundary Description Area Description
This area is bounded by the Trinity River Levee to the east, loosely by Morrell Avenue, E 11th Street, and Cedar Creek to the south, and Clarendon to the north. Cedar Creek area has the unique distinction of at-grade frontage to the Trinity River and the Great Trinity Forest. Directly adjacent to the Trinity you will nd Moore Park and a loose assortment of industrial uses at the edge of residential neighborhoods Skyline Heights and Cadillac Heights.

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4. 6. 7.

2.

Area E

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8.

9.

The Corinth DART Station anchors an under-developed intersection at 8th Street and Corinth Street, housing auto repair and recycling facilities. Directly and easily connected to The Cedars via the Corinth Street Bridge, it backs up to the Bottoms, Skyline Heights and The Heights neighborhoods. Cedar Creek winds its way from parts of West Oak Cli and the Dallas Zoo through white rock outcroppings. Single-family residential and industrial uses back up to Cedar Creek with direct access only as it nears Corinth Street DART Station and Moore Park.

Current Plans for Area


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3.

Development in this area, particularly adjacent to the Trinity is not very signi cant, a result of di cult topography, Cedar Creeks run through the site, a spattering of industrial uses, and its location in the ood zone. The City of Dallas is planning to extend the western levee south in the future past Cadillac Heights potentially opening up opportunity for development. Moore Park is currently undergoing improvements and a trailhead connection into the Great Trinity Forest, and connection to the old Santa Fe Trestle Bridge trail and the standing wave. Improvements for the Cedar Crest Bridge and gateways at either end are currently under design. Improvements are planned to meet a shared community vision garnered through a lengthy public engagement process and funded through city bond funds.

Area A

8825* 572 45 1148 1216


* includes a county and state jail population of 8606

594 ac

Area B Area C Area D Area E

377 ac 270 ac

Paved Roadway Surface Parking

8%
unimproved developable land

119 ac.

6%
total land

209 ac

241 ac

Parks and Open Space Building Footprint Unimproved Land Unimproved Private Space

270 ac.

9%

vacancy vs. total area


land occupied by roads

8%

22 ac.
24 ac.
buildings vs. roads

Are aD

Are aA

Are aC

Are aE

44%
land occupied by buildings

Land Area Comparison

Are a

500

1000

2000

4000

25%

dallas citydesign studio

Area Assets

forest line 4miles

Connectivity Diagram

Area asset locations and 5 min. walk radius map

Rail and Automobile network diagram


Historic Street Car Lines DART Station Orange Line

1/4 mi 5 min. walk


trinity heights line 3miles

DART Station Red Line DART Station Blue Line DART Station Green Line TRE Commuter Train Station

5 min. walk radius


Police Stations Schools Daycare Facilities Libraries Grocery Stores Hospitals Cultural Insitution Hotel Convention Center Restaurant

McKinney Avenue Trolley Line Planned Oak Cli Streetcar Line

Highway Retail Service Retail Automotive Shop Places of Worship Principal Arterial Minor Arterial Community Collector
Pedestrian Connectivity Gap

Trinity River Access

Figure Ground Diagram


Convention Center Restaurant Retail Service Retail Automotive Shop Places of Worship

y Stores

Helps identify opportunities for clari cation of the urban order Highway
Principal Arterial Minor Arterial Community Collector

Proposed Infrastructure

ls

Overlay of major infrastructure projects


Dart Train Stations Pedestrian Connectivity Gap Trinity River Access

l Insitution

[ground] surrounding space between buildings


0 150 300 600 1,200

santa fe trestle trail


0 150 300 600

1,200

[ gure] building footprint, graphically illustrates density

access and connectivity

red/blue dart line moore park

zoo

Analysis: Very limited development in area, opportunity for natural corridor adjacent single family.