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Willow Reserve Multi-Functional Housing and Design Concepts

Sparc works in the Hamline Midway, South Como and North End neighborhoods of Saint Paul to stabilize and enrich communities, ensure that people and families have opportunities to thrive, and to maintain a high quality of life for all residents. This project continues a previous NPCR study on Sparc’s Willow Reserve affordable housing project. The previous research focused on urban villages and how to apply the concept to Sparc’s three acre site. This project deepened the research. Elizabeth Turner, a Landscape Architecture graduate student in the College of Design, developed design possibilities for the site. The results are being used to inform the process and envision the site design as development on different parts of the property moves forward.

Project Award Date: 
2010-05-31
Community organization or agency: 
Sparc
CURA Contact: 
C Terrence Anderson Director of Community Based Research (612) 624-8988