Connectivity planning studio aims to 'Break Down that Wall'

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At a third and final presentation to the community, Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning students offered clear recommendations on the reunification of Vine City and English Avenue with the rest of downtown – as was the case before construction of the Georgia Dome and Georgia World Congress Center separated the areas. The report’s headline is: “Break down that wall,” which was created by the construction of the Georgia Dome and its parking lots and exacerbated a divide that was initiated by construction of the GWCC, which is one of the nation’s largest convention facilities. A dozen students worked under the guidance of Bruce Gunter and Professor of Practice Mike Dobbins, a former Atlanta planning commissioner. 

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  • Created On: Dec 5, 2013 - 8:45pm
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