Wake Forest Renaissance Plan - September 2017


2017 R ena i s s anc e P l an U pdat e | T own of W ak e F or e s t

1.2 Key Goals

Connect the Core

Wake Forest has two major centers of energy: the historic core along White Street and the Renaissance Plaza Shopping Center. They are currently operating independently; we must connect them. Ultimately, we need a continuous, high quality, and vibrant pedestrian environment from White Street to the Renaissance Plaza Shopping Center.

Manage the Cars

Downtown has plenty of parking spaces. A detailed analysis of both private, public and on-street parking spaces was conducted. A total of 1,649 parking spaces were counted within the downtown core. Traditionally, this quantity should support well over half a million square feet of mixed use development. However, enhancing management of the public parking, encouraging shared parking strategies with private lots as well as improving signage and awareness will help the existing parking spaces work more efficiently for all of the user groups in downtown.




private surface parking on-street parking public surface parking potential on-street parking opportunities for temporary public parking

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