REMINDER: NEXT MEETING
Thursday, Feb. 19 @ 6:30pm
Historic Sanford Welcome Center
230 East First Street
Sanford, FL 32771
The 2015 Sanford Historic Preservation Lecture Series at 7pm
“Filling in the Gaps”
New Development in Historic Downtowns
Featuring: Rick Gonzalez, AIA - President, REG Architects
New development is often essential for the economic health and vitality of historic downtowns. Good design is critical in ensuring that the mix of old and new buildings create an environment that visitors and residents can enjoy. Many factors must be weighed when considering new development projects in downtown. Height, scale, massing, materials, parking and use are just some of the items that will influence new design. How are these items balanced? What steps can be taken to guarantee a successful project?
Rick Gonzalez, President of REG Architects will share examples of sensitive infill development, detailing strategies to ensure good design. The lecture will showcase projects that have won both redevelopment and historic preservation awards.
The lecture is free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served.
The Historic Sanford Welcome Center is located at 230 E. 1st Street, Sanford FL 32771.
For more information about the Sanford Historic Preservation Lecture Series visit www.sanfordfl.gov/lectureseries.
The 2015 Sanford Historic Preservation Lecture Series is presented by the City of Sanford and supported by generous sponsorships from the APA Orlando Metro Section, REG Architects, Robert J. Kinney Memorial Fund for Historic Preservation, Sanford Historic Trust, Historic Sanford Welcome Center, and the Higgins House B&B.
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