Emmet / Ivy Corridor

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The Emmet / Ivy Corridor is at 14.5 acre section of land in Charlottesville that is becoming part of the University of Virginia. The future is informed by the work of the Emmet/Ivy Task Force. The property spans along Ivy Road from Emmett Street to Copeley Road. The intent is to become a bike-pedestrian friendly area developed under "Open Grounds" principles. [1]

Future tenants include the School of Data Science, UVA's Democracy Initiative, the UVA Hotel and Conference Center, and other facilities. [2] [3] [4]



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Early Design

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September 2020 design

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References

  1. Web. The Future of Grounds in Eight Projects, Caroline Newman, News Article, UVA Today, November 22, 2019, retrieved November 23, 2019.
  2. Web. [http://www.officearchitect.virginia.edu/pdfs/EmmetIvyTaskForceReport.pdf University of Virginia Emmet Ivy Task Force Report], February 27, 2019, retrieved November 23, 2019.
  3. Web. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA BOARD OF VISITORS, Meeting of the Buildings and Grounds Committee, September 11, 2020, Agenda and Packet, University of Virginia, September 11, 2020, retrieved September 14, 2020.
  4. Web. Board of Visitors Buildings & Grounds Committee September 11, 2020, Presentation, University of Virginia, September 11, 2020, retrieved September 14, 2020.

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