South College District Redevelopment Plan, Bryan, TX
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Along with the growth of Texas A&M University and its expansion toward Texas Avenue, TX6, and University Avenue, South College Avenue has lost much of its glory as a destination point. The district has been mainly developed for single family housing units, mobile homes, and few restaurants and bars. However, recent private development projects with mixed-use buildings and apartment complexes nearby will change the topography of this area. To provide a big picture and guide future development in this area, students were created redevelopment plans for several parts of the whole community.
DescriptionThe site, South College Corridor District, is located between the boarder of the city of Bryan and College Station where Texas A&M University is placed. South College Corridor has been served as a major throughfare to connect Texas A&M University and Downtown Bryan. In 1910, the City built a trolley system along South College Avenue.
Hwang, Jinuk; McCharen, Rob; Abou Shakra, Vera; Meng, Yi; Terry, Ryan; Prelog, Rachel; Nira, Richard; Chen, XI; Lee, Kanghyun; Reja, Md Yousuf; Aldalbahi, Faisal; Gao, Fan; Simcic, Lauren; Hamidah, Nur; Rojas, Ricardo J. Maga; Jiang, Ying; Perkes, Scott; Thapa, Jeewasmi; Oliveira, Thiago; Deng, Sitong; Cousins, Tiffany; English, Jeffrey; Page, Hilary; Raza, Fathima; Xiao, Dong (2015). South College District Redevelopment Plan, Bryan, TX. Texas A&M University. Available electronically from https : / /hdl .handle .net /1969 .1 /155772.
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