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dc.description.abstractThe 2006 Master Plan continues patterns of infill to achieve ideal densities in the core district. This plan implements western expansion of the campus by proposing the Life Science District in the ten-year horizon, and preserves the golf course as a future district and land bank. The master plan also codifies and designates the environmental and cultural greenway as a significant reservation of lands, waterways, tree stands, and cultural landmarks for future generations and “best management practices” of sustainable land use. Finally, this plan allows for the growth of the airport, CRC, the core campus, and fulfills objectives of the master plan for Blacksburg and, most importantly, aligns with and helps to implement Virginia Tech’s strategic vision.en_US
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dc.publisherVirginia Tech
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dc.titleCampus Master Plan Update 2006en_US

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