ULI student group

Every year Carolina Planning students participate in the ULI Hines Competition–the national design competition in which multidisciplinary teams of students propose visionary development programs for a real site in a North American urban core.

This semester, a small group of planning students created an independent study course. Taking the Hines design prompt, this group looked at what could a team of planners do over the course of a few months to design a development program that is achievable, intentional, and grounded in realities of place?

In their final presentation and critique on their semesters work, they shared the process and the small area plan that was developed for the Banks, a currently underutilized riverfront corridor near downtown Cincinnati, Ohio.

ULI presentation

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