Mount Pleasant

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  • The town of Mt. Pleasant in New Providence, The Bahamas was designed through the charrette format. The existing 300-acre working-class village was expanded to include 600 homes, a town center, a school, a library and commercial office and retail space. The project, designed along New Urbanist principles, was to provide a wide range of housing and amenities to the growing population of the undeveloped western end of New Providence island.

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  • Preliminary Sketch

    The town of Mt. Pleasant in New Providence, The Bahamas was designed through the “charrette” format. On approximately 300 acres the existing working class village was expanded to include 600 homes, a town center, a school, library and commercial office and retail square footage. The project designed along New Urbanism principles was to provide a wide range of housing and amenities to the growing population of the undeveloped western end of the island of New Providence.

  • Master Plan

    The town of Mt. Pleasant in New Providence, The Bahamas was designed through the “charrette” format. On approximately 300 acres the existing working class village was expanded to include 600 homes, a town center, a school, library and commercial office and retail square footage. The project designed along New Urbanism principles was to provide a wide range of housing and amenities to the growing population of the undeveloped western end of the island of New Providence.

  • New Neighborhood

    The town of Mt. Pleasant in New Providence, The Bahamas was designed through the “charrette” format. On approximately 300 acres the existing working class village was expanded to include 600 homes, a town center, a school, library and commercial office and retail square footage. The project designed along New Urbanism principles was to provide a wide range of housing and amenities to the growing population of the undeveloped western end of the island of New Providence.

  • Neighborhood Sketch
    Rendering: Jess Linn

    The town of Mt. Pleasant in New Providence, The Bahamas was designed through the “charrette” format. On approximately 300 acres the existing working class village was expanded to include 600 homes, a town center, a school, library and commercial office and retail square footage. The project designed along New Urbanism principles was to provide a wide range of housing and amenities to the growing population of the undeveloped western end of the island of New Providence.

  • Street Sections

    The town of Mt. Pleasant in New Providence, The Bahamas was designed through the “charrette” format. On approximately 300 acres the existing working class village was expanded to include 600 homes, a town center, a school, library and commercial office and retail square footage. The project designed along New Urbanism principles was to provide a wide range of housing and amenities to the growing population of the undeveloped western end of the island of New Providence.

  • Typologies

    The town of Mt. Pleasant in New Providence, The Bahamas was designed through the “charrette” format. On approximately 300 acres the existing working class village was expanded to include 600 homes, a town center, a school, library and commercial office and retail square footage. The project designed along New Urbanism principles was to provide a wide range of housing and amenities to the growing population of the undeveloped western end of the island of New Providence.

  • Pattern Sheet

    The town of Mt. Pleasant in New Providence, The Bahamas was designed through the “charrette” format. On approximately 300 acres the existing working class village was expanded to include 600 homes, a town center, a school, library and commercial office and retail square footage. The project designed along New Urbanism principles was to provide a wide range of housing and amenities to the growing population of the undeveloped western end of the island of New Providence.

  • Architectural Code

    The town of Mt. Pleasant in New Providence, The Bahamas was designed through the “charrette” format. On approximately 300 acres the existing working class village was expanded to include 600 homes, a town center, a school, library and commercial office and retail square footage. The project designed along New Urbanism principles was to provide a wide range of housing and amenities to the growing population of the undeveloped western end of the island of New Providence.