Read the third semi-annual report on the University of Washington Master Plan.
In 1998, the City and University entered into an agreement to govern campus master planning and off-campus leasing. This agreement marked an important step in maintaining good relations with our neighbors and city government. In 2003, this agreement was amended (Ordinance 121193) to allow more off-campus leasing and change reporting requirements. This amendment acknowledges the
Read the second semi-annual report on the University of Washington Master Plan.
Read the first 2004 semi-annual report on the University of Washington Master Plan.
University gardeners worked with the community to complete landscape restoration for Campus Parkway with new seasonal plantings. Plantings included colorful foliage plants such as shrubs & perennials and seasonal color from perennials & annuals. The University worked with the community to complete landscape restoration for Campus Parkway with new seasonal plantings. Plantings included colorful foliage
The smoothly rusted steel structures in the strip of land between Schmitz Hall and the Visitors Information Center comprise a public art project called “Give Voice,” entirely conceived, built and installed by undergraduate and graduate UW students. Students gathered from various artistic disciplines for a spring quarter class called Design-Build Studio, otherwise known as Art
Campus Master Plan Cover/Table of Contents Introduction Goals and Objectives General Policies Development Program part 1 Development Program part 2 Development Program part 3 Development Program part 4 Development Standards Street Vacations Transportation Mangement Plan Community Involvement Process UCUC Common Goals Utilities Housing Appendices Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix
What is the Plan? Why Plan Now? Building on the Past A Vision for the Future A New Approach to Planning Who’s Who in the Planning Process What is the plan? The University has developed a new Campus Master Plan that will guide the future development of the Seattle campus. It was approved by the
In Spring 2003, Students from the UW School of Architecture and Urban Planning established a “storefront studio” at the former Tower Records space to assist small businesses and property owners design new facades for their buildings. These designs helped businesses and property owners apply for facade improvement money from the City. This project represented a
Art on the Ave was a program that displayed UW student art in vacant storefronts along University Way. This program started in response to concerns over the look of these storefronts and resulted in a win-win situation for students and building owners alike. Students got the benefit of having their work in the public eyeNext page