DOWNTOWN AUSTIN PLAN TOWN HALL — Waterfront and Core District. A final draft plan review and presentation by city officials before heading to City Council.
Will include: District issues and priorities. Location, type, and mix of uses within the district, including priority uses. Development sites and projection of potential growth and capacity. Development standards (e.g., allowable and conditional uses, density, impervious cover, etc.). Form-based standards (related to building typologies, height, massing, setbacks, compatibility standards, ground level uses, parking and service treatments, etc.). Recommended density. Historic and Cultural Resources. Parks and open space improvements. Transportation and streetscape improvements. Infrastructure improvements. Implementation Program. This is the whole “big picture” look for Downtown.
Wed, June 2nd, 5:30-8:00pm. Waller Creek Center, 625 E.10th St, Room 104 (light refreshments served).
DAA ISSUES & EGGS FORUM — The Capitol Complex Redevelopment Plan. A conceptual overview and presentation by state officials.
The Texas Facilities Commission (TFC) has announced that it plans to re-imagine the future of state government’s presence in the heart of Austin. This new plan could triple the amount of space at the Capitol complex, add 7 million square feet of space to downtown, and include joint development with private interests where parking lots or garages currently exist.
Thur, June 3rd, 7:30-9:00am. St. David’s Episcopal Church, Sumners Hall, 301 E.8th St (tacos, juice and coffee if you get there early).