Can a holiday party build confidence and reassure progress is being made?
On Thursday, December 6th Glass House Collective hosted a Christmas party at their headquarters to debut the plans for the Glass Street District Design Vision. The night included a turkey dinner, visit from Santa, and an overall good time between residents of and around the Glass Street area.
The walls were adorned with Christmas decorations and twinkle lights, but more importantly, architectural and branding proposals for Glass Street residents to officially view for the first time. David Barlew, lead architect, explained the streetscape and public space plan to residents and business owners. Rondell Crier and Sheena Benavente spent the evening answering questions and receiving feedback on the proposed brand for Glass Street. Katherine Currin and Teal Thibaud greeted the guests and revealed specifics about Glass House Collective’s plan for the community. Not only did the party foster resident feedback, but also brought the community together in a spirit of solidarity for Glass House’s ongoing efforts.
Over 130 guests attended
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