Developer: Portman Holdings
The US is plagued by distinct zoning rules which separate the cities into small sections of distinct uses that don’t intermingle. While this may make sense on paper, and is livable as long as you like being stuck in traffic, it makes for a terrible pedestrian experience.
The Conjunction Junction is a proposed 2,000,000sf mixed use district in a growing southern city. It joins over 800 units of mixed income residential, almost 1,000,000sf of office area, 60,000 sf of retail space at street level, and a 180 key hotel. The site runs alongside a major pedestrian-only thoroughfare and provides lots of space for restaurants with ample outdoor seating. A hotel anchors the corner of the site where the pedestrian way meets the main street.