Placemaking: Monroe-Adams Corridor
market district ~ midtown ~ monroe-adams ~ gaines st. ~ contact
The Monroe-Adams Corridor is home to numerous local businesses and residential enclaves, many with a rich history. The corridor serves as a gateway to Florida A&M University and to downtown Tallahassee. The small, interconnected blocks are ideal for a thriving walkable urban neighborhood, and there are many opportunities to knit together the surrounding neighborhoods, university campus, and local business core.
Past Meeting Documents:
Working Group - Meeting #1 (1.12.11)
Working Group - Meeting#2 (2.2.11)
Working Group - Meeting#3 (2.16.11)
FAMU Master of Landscape Architecture students' presentation
Working Group - Meeting (5. 11.11)
Draft Action Plan - May 20, 2011
Adopted June 22, 2011
Check these pages for regular updates! If you have questions, comments, or would like to get involved, please contact Dan Donovan at 850.891.6400.