Las Olas Blvd. Corridor Improvements
With an understanding of future development needs, sustainability preferences, transportation innovations, population growth, climatic change and programming opportunities, the legacy infill project maintains roadway functionality while preserving view corridors from the Intracoastal Waterway to the Atlantic Ocean. The concept consolidates parking for increased public green space in addition to establishing boundary markers, creating an arrival court and reinforcing walkable connections from water to water. The functional design includes streetscape enhancements, multi-modal transportation and the incorporating of natural and man-made patterns to form a juxtaposition between ecological systems and the urban grid for a catalytic public realm.
EDSA is responsible for team leadership and management in addition to providing overall design and construction period services that address the realignment of Las Olas Boulevard as well as redevelopment of Oceanside Park, the Intracoastal promenade and Channel Square Canal.