ULI Hines Student Competition 2018 Finalist: “Absorption”- Georgia Institute of Technology

Original Entry Title: Absorption
Team code:
183690
School:
Georgia Institute of Technology

Overview (Narrative excerpt from final project submission)

“Creating a space for regeneration, recreation, and reflection, Absorption is a mixed-use, transit-oriented development that seeks to transform East Toronto’s local ecology and local community into a smart, healthy, and equitable transit center. The development addresses four challenges that Toronto faces in its evolution to become one of the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities: a lack of ecological renewal, social equity, a vibrant economy, and authentic cultural identity.”

Team

  • T. Coston Dickinson (Team Leader), Master of Urban Design
  • Justina Everhart, Master of City and Regional Planning
  • Tara Garland, Master of Real State Development
  • Trent Miller, Master of Architecture
  • Carley Rickles, Master of Urban Design

Academic adviser

  • David Haddow, Lecturer, City and Regional Planning

Final Submission Materials

Original Submission Materials

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