Tag Archives: LMN Architects

Esplanade illustrations

At the January 26th City Council meeting, consultants provided a process update on work for Phase I of the WTIP, including the esplanade proposed for Railroad Avenue between Laurel and Oak Streets. Presented were a set of large illustrations covering the range of material options, patterns and accessory features being considered for the area. Linked below is […]

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Esplanade video II

At the January 26th City Council meeting, consultants provided updates on the set of drawings and material options being selected for phase one of the WTIP, and showed a brief movie generated from the latest 3-D modeling of the esplanade proposed for Railroad Avenue between Laurel and Oak Streets. Embedded below is a Quicktime™ copy […]

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Esplanade video

At the most recent presentation to the Port Angeles City Council, consultants provided progress updates on the set of drawings being produced for phase one of the WTIP, and showed a brief movie generated from current 3-D modeling of the esplanade proposed for Railroad Avenue between Laurel and Oak Streets. Embedded below is a Quicktime™ […]

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Progress update

What’s happening with Port Angeles’ waterfront plan? Besides the six prototype wayfinding signs, work on bid-ready design documents for the planning area continues. Because improvements are expected to happen in phases, the document set is being developed accordingly – with drawings for the proposed esplanade along Railroad Avenue happening first. In fact, the City’s now […]

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Council approves plan!

On Tuesday, February 1 – after more than five months of public process and design work – the Port Angeles City Council adopted the Waterfront Plan portion of the WTIP. The plan, which includes City Pier, Hollywood Beach, Railroad Avenue and the Valley Creek area, was developed to be implemented in multiple phases as grant […]

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Waterfront plan, Council draft

On Tuesday, February 1, the Port Angeles City Council will convene to consider the draft waterfront plan produced as part of the WTIP project. Hot off the press, here’s a reduced-size copy of the drawing set produced by the consultant team. Officially, it’s called the “Final Waterfront Development Concept for Council Consideration.” This 16-page document […]

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