The Spring 2016 Storefront Studio, led by Senior Lecturer Jim Nicholls, is a partnership between King County Historic Preservation, The City of Snoqualmie Community Development, and the UW Department of Architecture.
Through a series of community presentations and open houses, a set of enhancement strategies for the Historic Main Street area are vetted and revised, resulting in a mix of community-generated projects demonstrating resilience, inclusivity and authenticity.
• Main Street historic preservation and economic revitalization
• Complete street /green street strategies,
• Public park/River walk infrastructure and community networks
Yesterday, the Snoqualmie Valley Record published a story about the studio as the makeover team showed their final designs at City Hall. A half-hour video project from King County is in the works, as well — stay tuned. Congratulations to Jim and our students on a very successful studio!