Streetscape


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Streetscape

A pictorial character of a scene made up of buildings grouped in combination with landscaping, and street furniture, paving, fences, benches, lampposts, mailboxes, utility poles, transit shelters, trash receptacles, street signs, and commercial signs.
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Communities that invest in streetscape projects typically see a financial return over time.
This streetscape is going to revitalize the area, put people to work and it will enhance the shopping experience on Ridge Avenue.
For the Hudson Yards area streetscape, the RFP calls for full design of streetscape components and a streetscape plan for the area bounded by 10th and 11th avenues and West 33rd and West 36th streets and for the north and south sides of West 33rd and West 34th streets between 11th and 12th avenues.
I have been told at town meeting this whole streetscape project is nothing we want," Mr.
The City has allocated approximately $90,000 for the design phase of the streetscape project.
Streetscape Partners anticipates that sales, by The Mayhood Company, will begin at Symphony Park later this fall, with the first brownstones ready for delivery by late spring 2011.
A key to the effectiveness of Streetscape meetings is the empirical, non-ideological approach to street and park management that has served the organizations well.
Project Description: This is a VDOT Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP-formerly Enhancement) grant project to widen and enhance streetscapes with brick sidewalks, grated tree wells and other features consistent with the "Downtown Streetscape" standards.
May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Streetscape Partners, a new Washington, DC metro real estate investment and development firm focused on residential opportunities, is comprised of some of the most successful residential developers and builders from the National Capital area.
In keeping with the Times Square streetscape, large-scale signage "spectaculars" are strategically located for highest visibility, including an iconic 40' diameter three-dimensional sign perched above the corner of 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue.
It makes a dramatic contribution to the grey and messy streetscape of the city, where ordinary site hoardings are covered with anodyne posters of country scenes, rich in ivy and wild flowers.