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Water Works Design Update - Presentation

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In Fall of 2017, the Minneapolis Parks Foundation hosted a community open house, unveiling the evolved design concept for Water Works park on the Mississippi riverfront in downtown Minneapolis. At the open house, community members were invited to offer input on the new design concept. This presentation was given by the design team during the open house, highlighting the history of Water Works, project timeline, and cultural resources.

For more on the project, please visit http://mplsparksfoundation.org/projects/water-works

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Water Works Design Update - Presentation

  1. 1. A RiverFirst Signature Project Water Works
  2. 2. SITE CONTEXT
  3. 3. What Has Happened in the Past 12 MonthsAS OF JULY 2017 • Design / cultural resource team selected (DF, HGA, 106 Group, MacDonald & Mack, others) • Deep historic / archeological analysis conducted • Park and pavilion program analysis completed • Precedents analyzed • Fuji Ya building documented and deconstruction plans prepared • Under-represented communities consulted • Rainwater reuse strategy completed and $900,000 granted • Community reengaged around evolved concept • MPRB Board approval of evolved concept • $12.5m in philanthropy raised
  4. 4. A Park Program for the Next Generation Water Works A well cared-for place that accommodates basic visitor needs A place that is financially self- supportive A place of surprise and wonder where history is revered & revealed A place for all weather, all seasons, and all times of day A place for diverse interests, extended stays, and regular visits Audience • All cultures & ethnicities • Enthusiasts (river, history, culture, arts) • Walking-distance residents and office dwellers • Visitors with access needs • Tourists & residents of the Region • Urban explorers • Linear athletes • Parents with kids in tow • Teens • Event-goers A welcoming place for all to ARRIVE and BE on the downtown riverfront A place that integrates ecological systems
  5. 5. A venue for STORYTELLING and A venue for people and peoples to TELL THEIR OWN STORIES through: art music design story telling performance food Water Works
  6. 6. Fostering a Continuum of Experiences A Public Space Across Times and Seasons Every Day Experiences Weekly Routines Seasonal Traditions Signature Events • Places to sit • Games to play • Food to eat • Walking your dog • Water to drink • Exercising • Walking • Biking • Nap in the grass • Photo ops • Markets • Small performances • Picnics • Buskers • Family gatherings • Art making classes • Cultural and historical classes • Community meetings • Walking tours • Community festivals • Cultural events and ceremonies • Installations • Field trips • Weddings • Outdoor movies • Northern Spark • Large concerts • Performances • Stone Arch Bridge Festival • Opera • Fitness events
  7. 7. EXISTING CONDITIONS | VIEW FROM 3RD AVENUE BRIDGE
  8. 8. WATERWORKS MINNEAPOLIS PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD 2.02.2017 1933 HISTORIC PLANS
  9. 9. WATERWORKS MINNEAPOLIS PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD 2.02.2017 PRECEDENTS
  10. 10. WATERWORKS MINNEAPOLIS PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD 2.02.2017 PRECEDENTS
  11. 11. WATERWORKS MINNEAPOLIS PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD 2.02.2017 PRECEDENTS
  12. 12. SITE PLAN ENTRY PLAZA PARKWAY CROSSING BIKE CONNECTION ROOFTOP TERRACE PLAY AREA EXISTING COTTONWOOD PROMENADE WOONERF WOONERF CONNECTION FUTURE BIKE CONNECTION FUTURE STAIR CONNECTION TURF MISSISSIPPI RIVER GREEN ROOF WEST RIVER PARKWAY CITY STEPS RIVERWEST ENGINE HOUSE MILL PLACE CROWN ROLLER MILL 1ST STREET 5THAVENUE 3RDAVENUE BRIDGE SOUTH PLAZA MEZZANINE PHASE RIVER PHASE (FUTURE) 0 20’ 40’ 80’ 59° N
  13. 13. SITE CIRCULATION PED ROUTE (ADA) STAIRS BIKE ROUTE future stair connection future bike connection
  14. 14. CONCEPT VIEW | VIEW FROM 3RD AVENUE BRIDGE
  15. 15. WATERWORKS MINNEAPOLIS PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD 2.02.2017 SITE PHOTOS
  16. 16. PARK PAVILION | CONCEPT VIEW
  17. 17. PAVILION | EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC PAVILION EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC ROOF ENTRY / VERTICAL CIRCULATION ROOFTOP PLAZA RESTROOMS CAFE GREEN ROOF RAMP UP ENTRY VESTIBULE LOBBY / INFO DESK MEETING ROOM EXISTING HISTORIC COLUMBIA MILL RUINS EXISTING HISTORIC BASSETT MILL STRUCTURES
  18. 18. PAVILION | ROOF PLAN PARKWAY PLAZA BELOW 1ST STREET SIDEWALK ROOFTOP PLAZA GREEN ROOF RAMP UP VERTICAL CIRCULATION / LOBBY
  19. 19. PAVILION | PARKWAY FLOOR PLAN STORAGE / UTILITIES MEETING ROOM VERTICAL CIRCULATION LOBBY / INFO DESK PARKWAY PLAZA RESTROOMS ENTRY VESTIBULE CAFE UTILITIES KITCHEN TRASH LOADING
  20. 20. CONCEPT VIEW | GREENROOF AND PLAZA
  21. 21. CAFE INTERIOR CONCEPT
  22. 22. What Will Happen Next AS OF JULY 2017 July Fuji Ya deconstruction permit finalized Schematic design begins August Shallow archeology & tree protection/removal Food vendor selected September Deconstruction of former Fuji Ya building November Schematic design approval Deep archeology / mill excavation December Finish out fundraising campaign Summer 2018 Construction bidding process Fall 2018 Park development / construction Fall 2019 Grand opening
  23. 23. A RiverFirst Signature Project Water Works

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