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West Oakland Specific Plan

Tuesday, June 19
6pm-7:30 pm
West Oakland Specific Plan: Project Status, presented by JVDR Architects
An ADPSR Panel Discussion, hosted by the Young Architects and Regional Urban Design Forums
Cost:  Free AIA/ADPSR Members; $5 non-members; includes a light post-presentation reception.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

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Those who wish to make a donation to ADPSR should do so when checking in on June 19th.

AIA East Bay‘s Young Architects and Regional Urban Design Forums welcome a special ADPSR presentation on Tuesday, June 19th. We encourage attendees to stay for the post-presentation reception to discuss ideas they’ve heard with one another.

The purpose of the West Oakland Specific Plan is to develop comprehensive, multifaceted strategies for facilitating the development of vacant and/or underutilized commercial and industrial properties within West Oakland’s Opportunity Areas. As a partnership between the City, Redevelopment Agency, affected property owners and adjacent business and residential communities, the West Oakland Specific Plan will communicate preferred development scenarios for the Opportunity Sites in accordance with mutually agreed-upon strategies.

Moderator:
Daniel Patrick-Ryan Dolan 
is a member of the project team for the West Oakland Specific plan. He holds a bachelor degree in Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where he focused on adaptive reuse and the revitalization of communities, including concepts where people can live, create and connect through the artistic process.

Panelists:
Art Clark is the Project Manager for the West Oakland Specific plan with JRDV and has over 25 years of architectural experience in working on a wide variety of design and planning projects throughout California.  He holds a bachelor of architecture from UC Berkeley.

Savlan Hauser, LEED AP is a member of the project team with JRDV for the West Oakland Specific Plan. Savlan has worked in a variety of urban renewal and neighborhood- improvement projects in the Bay Area and Mexico City since graduating from UC Berkeley in Architecture. She has design, construction management, and community outreach experience in projects at a range of scales from neighborhood park renovation to master planning.

Project Team:
JRDV Urban International

1.5 CES LUs

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