Clark Condon worked with the East Aldine Management District and PGAL to develop a comprehensive Master Plan for the 60-acre property. Once developed, the Town Center will be home to multiple civic buildings, educational facilities, commercial development and park amenities. Recognizing the District’s vision to transform the site into a beautiful civic space within a larger park environment, the Town Center will provide a variety of flexible spaces for active and passive uses including community events, festivals, art exhibits, movies, walking/running and biking. Clark Condon has worked with the District and the multiple stakeholders to develop the plan for a comprehensive campus and architectural guidelines. Key elements include a prominent water feature connecting the park and amenity detention areas, dramatic grading and park-like feel of the streetscapes. The design team is working with numerous property holders and their design teams to ensure that the Town Center is a cohesive project with common design elements, materials, and plant palettes. Planning began on the project in 2013, and the first groundbreaking was in late 2016. Project partners include the East Aldine Management District, Harris County, Baker Ripley and Lone Star Community College.
|LOCATION:||East Aldine, Texas|
|CLIENT:||East Aldine Management District - Town Center Amenity Pond, Trails and Streetscape, and Town Center Park | Baker Ripley - Baker Ripley Economic Opportunity Center|
|COMPLETED:||2017 - East Aldine Town Center Amenity Pond and Nature Trails | 2018 - Baker Ripley | Feb 2021 - East Aldine Town Center Park|
|SERVICES:||Master Plan for the entire Town Center Property | Landscape Architecture Design Services (preliminary design through CA) for the Town Center Amenity Pond, Trails, and Streetscape, Baker Ripley Economic Opportunity Center, and for the EAMD Town Center Park|
|HIGHLIGHTS:||Civic Buildings. Educational Facilities. Commercial Development. Park Amenities.|