and Cynthia Alvarado, CPM
Friday, March 11, 9:00 am.
Houston’s Midtown Management District is an innovative approach to dealing with urban planning and design. In this session discussion will include an outline and history of Midtown Houston which includes a list of key projects within the District and how the District has impacted the success of Houston’s development.
Inclusion of this session was suggested and aided by the Greater Dallas Planning Council.
Manager of Capital Projects,
Midtown Redevelopment Authority
Marion has worked closely with the Midtown Redevelopment Authority board of directors to bring capital infrastructure improvements to Midtown that have the highest and best use for the entire community.
Houston Office Director,
Amy graduated from Louisiana State University in 2000 and has also worked as an instructor of landscape architecture at Texas Tech University. Amy’s professional interests are broad and include the design of parks and open spaces, recreational trails, facilitating strong community relationships with the outdoor environment, regional planning, and the detailed design work associated with corporate campuses and garden spaces. Her portfolio affirms her interests showcasing project design and implementation of college campus work, roof-top gardens, waterfront redevelopment, corridor redevelopment and numerous regional planning studies located in the U.S. and internationally. Her portfolio of current work, located in Houston, includes projects such as corridor plans for the Westchase District, a bicycle and trails master plan for Generation Park and the creation of Houston’s first ever General Plan.