The Road to Adaptive Reuse_20170301.mp4
From Krista Bailey on April 11th, 2017
The road to adaptive reuse: The integration of sustainable design, the triple bottom line, and technology in the Studebaker Redevelopment Initiative – The Renaissance District, an 80 city block area that surrounds the former Studebaker campus, is the site of significant efforts being made to work with neighboring businesses and non-profits to improve the economic and social condition of the people who live in the District. These efforts include establishing pathways for employment in the district, beautification with native trees, and educational opportunities for under-represented minorities. Combined, these efforts seek to become a national model for large scale economic development that integrates the triple bottom line and reshapes the local and regional economy. Learn more about the community engagement efforts for the Renaissance District and the Studebaker Redevelopment Initiative, an effort to transform 1.1 million sq ft of historic manufacturing space into the Midwest's largest mixed-use technology campus.