In 2009, the City of Santa Fe initiated ”a complete urban design and redevelopment look into the future of St. Michael’s Drive”.
Our plan bases the economic and placemaking strength of the main commercial corridor on comprehensive community development improvements in surrounding neighborhoods. We propose to focus redevelopment at three nodes along the 1.5 mile corridor.Read More
AOS Architects, Charlier and Associates, and Roy Wroth Urbanism + Planning partnered on the Santa Fe Rail Corridor Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Study, which received a 2008 Urban Design Honor Award from AIA Santa Fe. A community-based study commissioned by the City of Santa Fe, the project identified transit-related opportunities for affordability and accessibility along the new RailRunner regional rail corridor in Santa Fe.Read More
Roy Wroth was a founding member of a community organization dedicated to revitalizing a mixed use downtown neighborhood. Our activities included: neighborhood planning, job skills training, a business network, a newsletter, annual street fair, a Neighborhood Handbook, and the establishment of El Centro Communitario, the Triangle District Resource Center.Read More