ESLARP East St. Louis Action Research Project 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 


Design Concepts and Design Development
Semester Projects, Part Three

East St. Louis Action Research Project (ESLARP)
 

Perpetual Growth:  Youth, Development, Safety, Wisdom, Team A,
This project has two focal points; 26th and Bond, and 29th and Bond.  Three ingredients ensure growth: a daycare, a police sub-station, and a community center in a rehabilitated church.   groups/a/

Alta Sita Neighborhood Revitialization, Team B,
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A Walkable Community, Team C,
A holistic master plan for the neighborhood that starts at Virginia Place and will eventually expand to envelope all of  Alta Sita.  This design will emphasize pedestrian walkways that will tie the community together.  groups/c/

Sustainable Alta Sita:  A Design Prototype for Energy Efficiency, Team D,
This project proposes improvement in Alta Sita through the development of prototype neighborhood blocks which address energy-efficient housing, live/work environments, and the improvement of natural habitats.  groups/d/

Alta Sita Neighborhood, Team E,
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Alta Sita:  Planning for the Future, Team F,
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26th and Bond Redevelopment, Team G,
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Radiating Central Community District, Team H,
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Commercial Zones and Infrastructure, Team I,
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EAlta Sita Neighborhood, Team J,
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