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Howard Street Corridor By Stacy Cannon
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Howard Street is an anticipated but unbuilt north-south arterial in Port Townsend, Washington. The Howard Street Corridor area offers a unique development opportunity for Port Townsend to apply the... More > framework of a quadruple bottom line, shaping policy and regulations for development around the corridor. With that framework in place, development could form a district that is consistent with the goals of Port Townsend’s comprehensive plan. A unique artisan manufacturing district would draw entrepreneurs and small business owners to the city, complementing existing and underdeveloped commercial areas elsewhere in the city and encouraging a new economic niche in Port Townsend’s tourist-oriented economy.< Less
Fall City 2013 By Jim Nicholls
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Fall City is situated at a major crossroads in the heart of the Snoqualmie Valley, at a major highway junction and at the junction of the Raging River and the Snoqualmie River. Under the direction of... More > Jim Nicholls, Storefont Studio worked with the Fall City community to address challenges, visualize solutions, and enhance assets.< Less
Fall City 2013 By Jim Nicholls
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Fall City is situated at a major crossroads in the heart of the Snoqualmie Valley, at a major highway junction and at the junction of the Raging River and the Snoqualmie River. Under the direction... More > of Jim Nicholls, Storefont Studio worked with the Fall City community to address challenges, visualize solutions, and enhance assets.< Less
Roslyn 2010 By Jim Nicholls
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Under the aid of Instructor Jim Nicholls, 10 undergraduate students in their final quarter at the University of Washington spent 10 weeks in the Storefront Studio. They were helped by the Roslyn... More > Downtown Association and members of the community. One of Roslyn's principle and defining assets is the preserved forest ridge surrounding the town. Combined with the fields, cemetery, and parks within the town, Roslyn's green spaces tie the town together and create its unique character. These design proposals seek to link and enhance these parks and open spaces, collectively forming the green heart of Roslyn.< Less
Roslyn 2010 By Jim Nicholls
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Under the aid of Instructor Jim Nicholls, 10 undergraduate students in their final quarter at the University of Washington spent 10 weeks in the Storefront Studio. They were helped by the Roslyn... More > Downtown Association and members of the community. One of Roslyn's principle and defining assets is the preserved forest ridge surrounding the town. Combined with the fields, cemetery, and parks within the town, Roslyn's green spaces tie the town together and create its unique character. These design proposals seek to link and enhance these parks and open spaces, collectively forming the green heart of Roslyn.< Less