In partnership with Lawrenceville United and countless community members, the Lawrenceville Corporation has participated in the creation of numerous community plans. Each plan has been informed by robust and inclusive community engagement processes, community partners and stakeholders, and studies of existing conditions and best practices.

Community plans are visions of Lawrenceville’s future. These visions can define our strengths and values, pinpoint places the community would like to see change and grow, and steer development toward a desired future.

 

Opportunities for Input

 

Clack Campus Community Process

Created in partnership with Lawrenceville United in 2021, the Clack Campus Development Guidelines are a vision for the future redevelopment of Allegheny County’s Frank B. Clack Health Center at 4401 Penn Avenue.

Arsenal Park Master Plan

A plan originally created in 2015 to balance and protect Arsenal Park’s rich history with new and restored amenities to support contemporary community life. The plan is now undergoing a city-led update before final implementation.

Leslie Park Master Plan

Drawing on Leslie Park’s historical design, the plan provides a framework to establish the park as a neighborhood resource for recreation, performance, and exhibition. The Plan will be undergoing a city-led effort in 2022.

 

Completed Community Plans

 

Neighborhood and Corridor Wide Plans

Lawrenceville Community Plan and Guidebook (2019): A visual summary of how community plans will guide the work activities of Lawrenceville Corporation and Lawrenceville United from 2019 to 2026.

 Upper Lawrenceville Plan (2013)

Penn Avenue Corridor Master Plan

Urban Design Plan for Lower Lawrenceville

Mobility

 2015 Updated Parking Study

Lawrenceville Parking Study

Lawrenceville Butler Streetscape Design Guidelines

Penn Avenue Corridor Urban Catalogue and Streetscape Program

Riverfront

Allegheny Riverfront Vision Plan

Allegheny Green Boulevard

Historic Preservation

Lawrenceville Residential Design Guidelines

The Archives

3400 Doughboy Square Urban Design Program (2012): Initiated by Lawrenceville Corporation, this was an urban design study to develop building recommendations for the site located at 3400 Penn Avenue in Doughboy Square. Building from this study, Lawrenceville Corporation brought on Action Housing to develop the site as affordable housing. The Sixth Ward Flats is the result of this partnership, completed in 2021. Read more about the Sixth Ward Flats here.

Lawrenceville Community Plan (2006): A comprehensive plan of the three Lawrenceville neighborhoods, led by Lawrenceville Corporation, Lawrenceville United, and the Lawrenceville Stakeholders.

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