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The Fehr School (above),

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reatment Plant (below).

4th Avenue North (above), Parking on 6th Avenue North (below).

  • Reintroducing neighborhood schools, possibly in school buildings that are currently used for other purposes.

an interior, neighborhood greenway with links to the countywide system.

  • Improving river access throughout the area with an emphasis on opportunities at Neuhoff.

  • Building small parks and gardens at the ends of streets that are terminated by the interstate.

  • Developing housing in conjunction with existing uses, including retail, commercial, and industrial. Second and third floor residential units as well as residential out-buildings support residential diversity. East Germantown, in particular, should be a focus of new residential development.

  • Redesigning the Waste Water Treatment Plant as a citywide environmental learning center.

  • Promoting neighborhood identity, with signage and defined thresholds.

  • Implementing on-street parallel parking and flexible parking lots that accommodate different parking demands.

  • Planting along the neighborhood edges of the

interstate to minimize noise and to establish

Nashville Civic Design Center Report: The neighborhoods north of downtown Nashville page 5

View to Capitol Hill.

  • Maintaining and strengthening views to and

from Capitol Hill.

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