Augusta/North Augusta Urban Core Master Plan

Augusta/North Augusta Master Plan - The Augusta Chronicle

Augusta Tomorrow, Inc., working with Augusta and North Augusta, commissioned a $275,000, 200-page study that includes nine "market creation projects" estimated to cost $1.5 billion. Here's a look at those nine projects. You can also read the full plan at augustatomorrow.com.

  • North Augusta Town Center

    The Big Idea: A town center centered around the municipal building.

    Cost: $50 million private, $5 million public

  • Westobou River Crossing

    The Big Idea: Tie Augusta and North Augusta together with a waterfront development spanning the river.

    Cost: $90 million private, $25 million public

  • Westobou Arts Center

    The Big Idea: Redevelop vacant riverfront land into an arts and entertainment center.

    Cost: $80 million private, $30 million public

  • Marbury Village

    The Big Idea: Revitalize three blocks of Broad Street into a unique urban village.

    Cost: $150 million private, $50 million public

  • Augusta Canal Park

    The Big Idea: Create a neighborhood on Greene and Telfair streets around a new Third Level Canal park.

    Cost: $140 million private, $8 million public

  • St. Sebastian Medical Park

    The Big Idea: Reinforce the connection between the medical district and downtown with a new high-tech campus.

    Cost: $500 million private/non-profit, $38 million public

  • Harrisburg Canal Village

    The Big Idea: Give Harrisburg a new image and identity with a mixed-use retail center

    Cost: $100 million private, $25 million public

  • Dyess Canal Village

    The Big Idea: Capitalize on the new judicial center to create housing and commercial space around Dyess Park.

    Cost: $50 million private, $17 million public

  • Sand Bar Ferry Riverside

    The Big Idea: Develop a mile of forgotten riverfront land with parks and a "new urbanist" village

    Cost: $100 million private, $38 million public

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