West Jefferson Streetscape Revitalization Conceptual Designs
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In 2003, students from North Carolina State’s Landscape Architecture program participated in a design charrette to improve Jefferson Avenue, the town’s primary downtown street. This led to the West Jefferson Pedestrian Plan in 2010, which outlined the community’s commitment for a more pedestrian friendly revitalized downtown environment.
In 2015, the Community Design Assistance Center (CDAC) was tasked with developing conceptual designs for revitalizing the existing streetscapes of West Jefferson focusing on Main Street, Backstreet, and the Second Street traffic gateway. In this process, the team also explored other areas of opportunity that could link together the multiple focus areas, including alleyways, open green spaces, and empty lots. CDAC worked closely with the stakeholders and community to develop these concepts which are discussed in further detail in this report.
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