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2014 Institute Honor Awards for Regional & Urban Design

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The Institute Honor Awards for Regional and Urban Design recognize distinguished achievements that involve the expanding role of the architect in urban design, regional and city planning, and community development. The awards identify projects and programs that contribute to the quality of these environments. View all 2014 AIA Awards Recipients.
The Creative Corridor

The Creative Corridor: A Main Street Revitalization for Little Rock

  • University of Arkansas Community Design Center; Marlon Blackwell Architect

Relying on the arts to boost growth, the Creative Corridor project delicately reclaims a neglected Main Street with a historical perspective.

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Denver Union Station Neighborhood Transformation

Denver Union Station Neighborhood Transformation

  • Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Denver’s previously underdeveloped rail yards receive a voter funded plan transforming the space into an intermodal hub and transit district.

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The East River Blueway Plan

The East River Blueway Plan

  • WXY architecture + urban design

Manhattan’s East River waterfront obtains a community-based initiative to establish and protect the area’s precious substructure while addressing the management of major storm fallout.

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Miami 21: a New Zoning Code for the City

Miami 21: a New Zoning Code for the City

  • Duany Plater-Zyberk & Co. LLC

A form-based zoning code helps direct Miami’s growing city towards a transit-oriented, pedestrian-friendly evolution.

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Pearl Brewery

Pearl Brewery Redevelopment Master Plan

  • Lake|Flato Architects

Transforming a historic brownfield site while repurposing its existing buildings brings a vibrant mixed-use redevelopment to the San Antonia River Walk.

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Son Tra Peninsula Strategic Vision Plan

Son Tra Peninsula Strategic Vision Plan

  • Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Son Tra Peninsula is located in Central Vietnam and projects into the South China Sea. Higher density mixed-use is the plan to control sprawl into the natural areas.

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