January 16, 2019
The City of South Bend’s Department of Community Investment and the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture are partnering on the January 17 opening of “REVISIONING SOUTH BEND’S WEST BANK”, an exhibition of student work featuring designs and concepts for the West Bank of South Bend opening on Thursday, January 17. Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Notre Dame School of Architecture faculty, and students representing the work will commence the exhibition with a brief program starting at 10:00 a.m. in the County City Building lobby.
With initial guidance provided by the City’s Community Investment staff, students prepared a variety of concepts for the West Bank (roughly bounded by Jefferson Blvd to the north. Michigan/MLK Blvd to the west, Monroe Street to the south and the St. Joseph River to the east) with the aspiration of creating a new economic and social network for the area. The exhibition is free and open to the public and will last for 90 days.
Who: Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Director of Planning Tim Corcoran, Notre Dame School of Architecture faculty and students
What: Architecture Student Exhibition
When: Thursday, January 17th at 10:00 a.m.
Where: Lobby of County-City Building, 227 W Jefferson Boulevard