Cherokee ComeUnity Hub: How about here?

Posted by Lyndsey Scott on March 10, 2009 | 19 Comments

Conceptual rendering by local architect Cipriano Medina invokes a simple, lush green space with a spacious pavilion andĀ  active pedestrian traffic

Architect Jessica Deem imagines an inviting place for conversation, lunchtime music, and inviting public art.

Two talented architects step up to the question of “where” by envisioning the Cherokee ComeUnity Hub at the southeast corner of Texas Ave and Cherokee St, on the vacant LRA lot across from the Globe Drug that has been dormant since the Empire Sandwich shop was demolished in spring 2006.


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