• City of Mobile, Downtown, neighborhood revitalization, public realm, redevelopment, urban design
  • City of Mobile, Downtown, neighborhood revitalization, public realm, redevelopment, urban design

City of Mobile

EDSA led a multi-disciplinary team consisting of economists, transportation engineers, housing specialists and historians in an effort to develop an inclusive, consensus-based plan resulting in the formation of an Urban Design Plan and Economic Development Strategy for Downtown Mobile, as well as the surrounding neighborhoods. The plan initiatives were focused on public realm enhancements, economic development opportunities, neighborhood revitalization, and conservation efforts as well as transportation, parking and infrastructure needs for specific focus areas within the nine square mile downtown and surrounding neighborhoods study area.

EDSA led a series of large public meetings, advisory committee meetings and stakeholders’ input interviews to ensure that the final plan reflected residents’, business owners’ and City officials’ needs and expectations as well as endorsement by the community.

Location:
Mobile, Alabama
Client:
City of Mobile, Alabama
Scope:
Master Planning
Scale:
640 Acres