The first glimpse of the Clarian Neuroscience Center of Excellence will be presented to the Metropolitan Development Commission Hearing Examiner tomorrow, September 23rd, at a 1pm hearing in the 2nd floor Public Assembly Room. Here is the exact wording of Clarian’s filing:
Hospital District One Approval to provide for an approximately 271,000 –square foot neuroscience building, with a connection to a proposed 942-space parking garage, a proposed pedestrian sky bridge over 16th Street to connect to an existing elevated transit system (People Mover), to legally establish and to provide for a gated surface parking lot north of 15th Street and to provide for the relocation of Missouri and 15th Streets.
The following renderings were submitted with the staff report for the case and made available online on Friday. I posted some initial information about the project last week that will get you up to speed, as well as a few renderings from this Hearing Examiner case on Friday. There have been some interesting comments regarding the design that are worth checking out. As always, click on the images to see a larger version.
There is a separate case before the Hearing Examiner for the Shiel Sexton medical office project proposed for the area around the southeast corner of Capitol Ave. and 16th St. This particular case only deals with the parking garage that is proposed for land bounded by Capitol Ave., 15th St., Byram Pl. (an alley), and 14th St. Local architecture firm CSO Architects is listed on the submitted designs.
What do you think of the Clarian and Shiel Sexton plans?