Back with another update. Today, it's back to Wakeman to look at a few new developments changing the face of town.
You may remember the commercial strip along South 11th Avenue:
Now that area has sprung a sizeable new residential development. (Public Works had better hurry up with the South 11th project . . .)
Just north of downtown, major changes are occurring at the intersection of S 11th and Banks Way. In the city's transportation plan, this will soon be a major intersection.
As part of the first phase, Banks Way is being extended all the way to South 6th Avenue,
to further accomodate traffic headed for the new Cascadia State University campus (one of the few Maxis buildings in the entire city)
And the university has brought further commercial development. Public Works also decided to extend the S 11th Widening Project down to this end of town.
A new park on the other side of the university
And just on the other side of the park, another massive construction project is under way . . .
And as promised, here's the updated map. If you compare it to the last version [linkage], you'll notice a few other changes besides the Banks Way extension.