Legacy projects like Aspen Pedestrian Mall are not developed over night. Community feedback has been critical in reaching this point in the project. The designs are a visualization of the information and public input we gathered in Phase I. In order to continue the momentum and reach a preferred conceptual plan, we’re asking YOU to continue to engage with the project and provide us with this important direction.
Before completing the online community survey, please watch the four videos below to have a tour of the three conceptual design alternatives. Each design has a different approach to various mall elements and the videos help to explain the nuances of each design.
Stay the Course
The first alternative is entitled: Stay the Course because it most closely aligns to what is in place today. The alternative seeks to restore some of the areas which have lost integrity, mostly in the reestablishment of simple trees along Mill Street.
The second alternative is entitled: Community Activate. This also looks at maintaining a similar appearance as exists today, but seeks to invite people into the space and to linger longer through a series of multi-purpose uses in a few areas of the mall.
The third alternative is entitled: Capturing Potential. Through the community outreach we heard feedback from many to consider opportunities to improve the connection to Wagner Park and enhance the treatment of Mill Street.
Interview with Mike Albert
In this interview, project lead and designer, Mike Albert of Design Workshop discusses the development of the three conceptual designs, moving towards a preferred alternative and more.
Click here to begin the online community survey for the Aspen Pedestrian Mall Conceptual Design Alternatives. >>