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Thanks to all who attended the Broadway Corridor Enhancement Plan November 1 Public Meeting!

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To download the presentation select the link below, or select individual thumbnails below, or stop by our office to see the boards in person at 1300 N. Broadway:

Broadway Corridor Enhancement Plan Presentation (47.0MB)

Broadway Corridor Enhancement Plan Written Document

Please review and contact Leslie Fawaz, leslie@communitydc.org with questions and/or comments.

News related to November 1 Public Meeting: Inside of Knoxville Blog, Knoxville News Sentinel Nov 1, Knoxville News Sentinel Oct 31 ,WBIR Nov 1

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Project History and Past Meetings

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ETCDC was asked to assist city of Knoxville and the Broadway Corridor Task Force with developing a Broadway Corridor Enhancement Plan.  Broadway has potential to become a successful Corridor connecting Fountain City to Downtown Knoxville. It has wonderful assets such as long standing businesses and strong neighborhoods.  Its current make up however leads to a poor business environment that is not appealing to costumers. The goal of this enhancement plan is to assess these shortcomings and develop demonstrative solutions that can be implemented throughout the corridor.

ETCDC facilitated a Public Input Meeting and Design Charrette. It was held Thursday November 5 at St. James Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall 1101 N. Broadway Knoxville, TN 37917. Over 7o community members, business leaders, and city/ county officials were in attendance.

We have posted the Slide Presentation and Visual Preference Survey from that meeting. [Please click here to view it.]

News related to November 5th Meeting: City of Knoxville Blog , Citizen-Times,