MyAdeline - Inclusive Planning for Economic Growth
ABOUT: In 2012, while attending the [INCITY] Summer Urban Planning program at UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design, I worked with a team on a studio project proposal to reinvigorate Adeline Street, a main thoroughfare connecting two oft-overlooked communities in South Berkeley and Oakland, California. The planning and policy intervention we recommended aligned with the Berkeley Climate Action Plan (CAP), and offered a community engagement strategy for involving local leaders. With a focus on bringing business signs of life to long vacant store fronts, greening the streets and building a strong community, our project represented an inclusive effort to plan for all residents and stakeholders.
PROJECT TYPE: Urban Planning
ROLE: Researcher | Designer | Project Manager