Are you concerned about sustainable urban development in our neighborhood? Do you want to prevent suburban style buildings from being created in a downtown environment?
H3 Studio will be giving an informational presentation about form-based code and how it offers the possibility of addressing these concerns. We will learn what it is, how it has been used in the Central West End, and how it may help spur sustainable urban development in Downtown St. Louis.
Where: Downtown Central Library‘s Training Room – 2nd floor near Locust St. entrance
When: Thursday, October 8 from 6-7:15pm
Image credit: Optics Design Inc.
This month’s happy hour is at Tazé Mediterranean Street Food at 626 Washington Avenue #103 on Thursday, September 24 starting at 5:30pm. They are offering discounted drinks and food to all DNA members and their guests. As always, you can sign up as a member for free at the event.
Please, invite your neighbors to attend! These events are a great way to build community in downtown.
As usual, we have a lot of information to share at our next General Membership Meeting on Monday, September 14 at 6pm in the auditorium of the Downtown Central Library.
6:00 – Neighborhood Announcements & Events
6:10 – Confluence Prep. Academy Update
6:20 – Lafayette Prep. Academy Update
6:30 – St. Louis Street Car Update
6:45 – Aloe Plaza Upgrades
6:55 – Downtown Crime Update from SLMPD
7:15 – Changes at The Bridge
7:20 – DNA Committee Updates
7:25 – Business from the Floor
7:30 – Meeting Adjourns