Fifteen small businesses, five large developers and at least two major companies have expressed interest in the 15th Street corridor after a project provided a vision for a place residents say is ...
The findings of a $1.8 million study include building a fish farm, community gardens and lakes near new housing and business in Augusta's urban core.
Small but mighty – that’s how urban design experts describe “pocket parks” such as the one recently completed as part of the Laney-Walker neighborhood revitalization project.
Safety, walkability and employment are a few issues residents of the 15th Street-Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard-Deans Bridge Road corridor told project leaders they want addressed in a new ...
Residents at a public meeting Wednesday on Augusta's master plan expressed their concerns that widening 15th Street would force them from their homes, including at Cherry Street Crossing.
A meeting will be held Wednesday on the first phase of Augusta's Sustainable Development plan, which promotes redevelopment along 15th Street from John C. Calhoun Expressway to Regency Mall.
Connecting the Laney-Walker and Bethlehem neighborhoods to the downtown business district was a discussion topic on the first day of a conference to design a sustainability plan.
A panel of experts is eyeing the Laney-Walker and Bethlehem neighborhoods to make a plan that keeps the area's revitalization efforts on track.
Mayor Deke Copenhaver will be a guest presenter at the Mayor's Institute on City Design conference being held Wednesday through Friday in Santa Fe, N.M.
The priority corridor designated in Augusta’s new Sustainable Development Agenda received a shot in the arm today with the announcement of a $1.8 million grant award.
Calling himself "Augusta's first green mayor," Deke Copenhaver had a home-court advantage at a candidates' forum Tuesday sponsored by Metro Augusta Green Scene, an environmental group.
Although authored by the same John Shields and intended to pick up where the Westobou Vision for downtown Augusta and North Augusta left off, the city's new Sustainable Development Agenda differs ...
Hunger for a grander city was fed Thursday when planners for the Augusta Sustainable Development Agenda revealed details of the $1.1 billion facelift of Richmond County.
Augusta unveils its new master plan today, a massive, $500,000 document detailing $1.5 billion in development projects across Richmond County, known as the Augusta Sustainable Development Agenda.
As Augusta prepares to adopt its newest master plan, signs are slim -- but not nonexistent -- of progress under the Westobou master plan, adopted 19 months ago.
People were lined up an hour before the ribbon was cut and the doors opened at the new 95,000-square-foot library Friday.
'Master plan' might bring changes to Gordon Highway, according to comments at tonight's public meeting.
Consultants preparing a new master plan for Richmond County will offer the public a chance to offer comments and suggestions during a public meeting tonight.
Consultants preparing a new master plan for Richmond County will offer the public a chance to see their work -- and offer comments and suggestions -- during a public meeting Thursday night.
Planning a sustainable future for Augusta's outlying areas presents challenges that are vastly different from those of downtown.