The university’s goal as a community partner is to secure input from neighboring residents and businesses surrounding the East Campus and from university stakeholders. Transparency is important to the university and it intends for stakeholders to access project information in a variety of forms, including marketing collateral, community meeting presentations, one-on-one discussions, and an interactive project map on the website detailing the site redevelopment process. To ensure that ideas are considered, we are creating a Community Advisory Group (CAG) of community stakeholders to engage with the project team quarterly.
East Campus Planning Charrette II 6:30 pm
East Campus Planning Charrette II @ Michigan Park Christian Church
Jul 15 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Please join Howard University’s master development team, FLGA ZOM, for our second Howard University East Campus Planning Charrette! During this workshop, we will share draft site planning and program principles. Also, we will incorporate feedback,[...]