Campbell Planning & Architecture, P.L.C. 
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Ann Arbor TOD

Washtenaw County Juvenile Center Redevelopment TOD

Ann Arbor, Michigan

 

Client:  Washtenaw County Department of Planning and Environment

Contact:  Tony VanderWorp

 

 In 2010, Campbell Planning & Architecture PLC assisted Washtenaw County with the design and preparation of a concept plan and rendering for a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) at a site located on Washtenaw Ave. with the additional intent of setting the tone for future development along that same corridor.  The design connects existing county owned property along Platt Rd. (a former juvenile detention center) to Washtenaw Ave. by way of a proposed public/private partnership and the incorporation of one large vacant parcel currently owned by Comerica Bank and directly across the street from a Whole Foods Market.  The concept is a relatively high-density, mixed-use and pedestrian friendly development that promotes current and future transit in addition to creating new parkland.  The plan provides for 90,000 sf. of retail, 126,000 sf. of office, a 52,000 sf. hotel, a 600 car parking garage, a 30,000 sf. church, 442,000 sf. of residential uses, two generous public greens, preserved wetlands, offsite connections, and a 7-Acre addition to County Farm Park, including a trail head on Platt Rd. near the intersection of Huron Parkway.

 
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