Wake Forest Renaissance Plan - September 2017


C h a p t e r 6 C onnect t he C or e

Historic Core to Brooks Street Entertainment District CONNECT

»» These two centers of activity are only a short walk from one another, but patrons report that they seem miles apart.

White Street to Town Hall

»» Town Hall is the center of civic life and should be well-integrated into the overall activity of downtown. »» Only one block away, Town Hall feels separated from White Street.

Neighborhoods to Historic Core

SEBTS Campus, Senior Center and Civic Amenities to Historic Core »» Several civic amenities are located here, including the Post Office, the Library and the Senior Center. »» This area is visually and physically separated from the other points of activity. »» As pedestrian-friendly development and redevelopment occur between »» Many residents live in surrounding urban neighborhoods. »» They are within a short walk to downtown, but they may not be well- connected with adequate pedestrian facilities. »» Many of these neighborhood residents asserted that they drive to downtown versus walking or biking. East Holding Avenue and Elm Avenue, this area will connect to the broader walkable downtown core.

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