ULI Hines Competition 2015 Finalist: “Tremé 2.0″ – Harvard University

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“Planning a community’s future lies on unlocking its past. The project Tremé 2.0 lays at the southern tip of the old Tremé district, one of New Orleans’ first urbanized neighborhoods outside of the Vieux Carre Rampart. In the 1810s, Tremé’s development had not only connected the city’s cultural center with the vast natural hinterland for the first time, but also created a new urban lifestyle for the New Orleanians of the 19th century. Today, the proposed 23 acre development project expects Tremé to continue its great tradition to make innovative transformation to the Crescent City, as it did 200 years ago.”…
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ULI Hines Competition 2015 Finalist: “The Crossing” – University of Maryland

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“Planning a community’s future lies on unlocking its past. The project Tremé 2.0 lays at the southern tip of the old Tremé district, one of New Orleans’ first urbanized neighborhoods outside of the Vieux Carre Rampart. In the 1810s, Tremé’s development had not only connected the city’s cultural center with the vast natural hinterland for the first time, but also created a new urban lifestyle for the New Orleanians of the 19th century. Today, the proposed 23 acre development project expects Tremé to continue its great tradition to make innovative transformation to the Crescent City, as it did 200 years ago.”…
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ULI Hines Competition 2015 Finalist: “Quartier Vert” – University of Wisconsin-Madison, and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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“Planning a community’s future lies on unlocking its past. The project Tremé 2.0 lays at the southern tip of the old Tremé district, one of New Orleans’ first urbanized neighborhoods outside of the Vieux Carre Rampart. In the 1810s, Tremé’s development had not only connected the city’s cultural center with the vast natural hinterland for the first time, but also created a new urban lifestyle for the New Orleanians of the 19th century. Today, the proposed 23 acre development project expects Tremé to continue its great tradition to make innovative transformation to the Crescent City, as it did 200 years ago.”…
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ULI Hines Competition 2015 Finalist: “Claiborne Grove” – Harvard University

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“Planning a community’s future lies on unlocking its past. The project Tremé 2.0 lays at the southern tip of the old Tremé district, one of New Orleans’ first urbanized neighborhoods outside of the Vieux Carre Rampart. In the 1810s, Tremé’s development had not only connected the city’s cultural center with the vast natural hinterland for the first time, but also created a new urban lifestyle for the New Orleanians of the 19th century. Today, the proposed 23 acre development project expects Tremé to continue its great tradition to make innovative transformation to the Crescent City, as it did 200 years ago.”…
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University of Maryland Team Wins ULI Hines Student Urban Design Competition with Plan to Redevelop Nashville’s Sulphur Dell as a Healthy Community

A team from the University of Maryland won the 2014 Hines Competition.  From left are Andrew Casavant, Matthew Miller, Rameez Munawar, David Ensor and Amina Mohamed.

A team of graduate students representing the University of Maryland has taken top honors at the 2014 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Student Urban Design Competition with its winning plan to redevelop Nashville’s Sulphur Dell neighborhood as a healthy community. The University of Maryland team edged out teams from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Harvard University, and the University of Texas at Austin in the twelfth annual competition….
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