The Lincolnville redevelopment plan stands as a guiding beacon, providing a cohesive community vision for economic development, revitalization, and design objectives within the historic Lincolnville neighborhood. Spanning forty-five blocks on St. Augustine’s southwest peninsula, this area boasts the city’s largest concentration of late Victorian Era buildings, holding a place in the National Register of Historic Places.
Lincolnville faces critical challenges, seeking to balance population growth and economic advancement amid existing infrastructure deficits, environmental concerns, and the preservation of its distinctive character.
Tasked with conducting a necessary analysis to identify blight conditions per Florida statutes, our team spearheaded the establishment of a CRA (Community Redevelopment Agency) before embarking on the Lincolnville redevelopment plan. Our approach centered on community input, culminating in a comprehensive guide aligning with local priorities. This resource serves as a roadmap, strategizing actions to surmount obstacles hindering economic stability and advocating directives for smart growth.
Our plan embraces a multifaceted approach, envisioning private and public enhancements in the form of streetscapes, gateways, parks, trails, utilities, and infrastructure. These developments aim to catalyze future market-driven redevelopment activities, fostering a thriving and unified Lincolnville community.