Fort Myers and the School of Architecture and Community Design Hold Meeting for Midtown Redevelopment

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

The City of Fort Myers, in partnership with the USF School of Architecture and Community Design's Florida Center for Community Design & Research, presents its Midtown Vision Plan in a public meeting on Thursday, September 6 at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center.

Attendees will have the chance to view the Midtown architectural model, project display boards, and the adopted comprehensive plan amendment.

The Midtown Vision Plan is a strategic plan to bring new residents, business, and visitors to Fort Myers' Midtown while also linking the area to downtown.

Links and press

ABC 7: Public invited to attend a presentation for midtown project

City of Fort Myers: Midtown Vision Plan presentation takes place on September 6

Ft. Myers Integrated Downtown Redevelopment Strategy

Photo: USF Professor of Architecture and Urban Design Trent Green (above, left), urban design consultant for the City of Fort Myers, works with a student in class at the USF School of Architecture and Community Design.