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CM | 3.50
Date: Tuesday, April 16
Activity Code: W045
Room: West Tower - Crystal Foyer
In 1869 Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux completed the General Plan of Riverside, striking for its departure from standard urban form. Blending the countryside with the urban environment, the plan reinvented street design and influenced suburban development for decades. Learn about Riverside’s beginnings and the plan’s central design elements, see how the community has evolved over time, and discover how the plan’s legacy continues to guide development today. Transportation: Motorcoach, walking. Includes lunch.