Boise's 30th Street District

By taking advantage of the vast array of resources adjacent to this site, this design seeks to promote and enhance the unique character of Boise's West End. Close proximities to the river, the foothills, and downtown enable inclusive and sustainable design strategies for district development. This design aims to implement and accelerate crucial community attributes including: employment opportunities, local economic growth, urban agriculture, stormwater treatment, art education, recreation, healthy lifestyles, and cross-generation living. The overall design is centered around a Performing Arts Center, which serves as the catalyst for development in the area, and is flanked by pedestrian-oriented public spaces and mixed use mid-level structures

Design partners: Steve Hofhine & Skye Woodhouse

Bob Rice Lot Proposal: Medium density mixed use (Level 1 retail, Levels 2-4 residential)

Bob Rice Lot Proposal: Medium density mixed use (Level 1 retail, Levels 2-4 residential)

Catalyst project: Performing arts center flanked by pedestrian-oriented plaza space

Catalyst project: Performing arts center flanked by pedestrian-oriented plaza space

Catalyst project: Performing Arts Center

Catalyst project: Performing Arts Center

Catalyst Project Section: Medium density housing, Performing Arts Hall, High Density Housing, Rowhousing

Catalyst Project Section: Medium density housing, Performing Arts Hall, High Density Housing, Rowhousing

Cross-Generational Housing

Cross-Generational Housing

High Density Mixed Use Roadway

High Density Mixed Use Roadway

Row housing

Row housing