Center City Plan

   

The Center City Plan is a ten year plan that has been developed to establish a set of strategies for the future redevelopment and sustainability of the existing neighborhoods that surround the City’s downtown.  City Council adopted the plan in December 2003. Center City is defined as the area bounded by Interstate I-85, US Highway 3 (Branchview Drive), US Highway 601 (Warren C. Coleman Blvd.), and US Highway 29 (Concord Parkway). In order to evaluate these neighborhoods more closely, Center City was broken down into fourteen (14) neighborhoods.

The plan includes: Neighborhood Improvement Strategies, Neighborhood Logos, Future Land Use Map, Multi-Modal Connections Map, Corridor Improvement Strategies, Development Incentives.

Center City Neighborhood Map

Center City Map

 

Time line of the Center City Plan
Study began  February 2002
Adopted by City Council December 11, 2003

 

Center City Neighborhoods

Center City

Overall Strategies

Gibson Village

Gibson Village Master Plans
Strategies
View Map

Logan Community

Strategies
Logan Community Master Plan
Logo, Tag Line, Banner

Streetscape Improvements

Booker Drive
Lincoln Street
Parkview Drive

Residents of Historic Concord

Strategies
View Map
Website
Logo

Silver Hill

Strategies
View Map
Logo
Entry Sign
Banner
Bumper Sticker

Wilmar Park/Locke Mill

Strategies
View Map
Logo

Sidestown/Shankletown

Strategies
View Map
McGill Avenue Park
Logo

Hartsell

Strategies
View Map
Brown-Norcott Mill
Logo

Cumberland/Sylvan

Strategies
View Map
Logo

Myers Park

Strategies
View Map
Logo

Hillcrest

Strategies
View Map
Logo

Brookwood

Strategies
View Map
Logo

Beverly Hills

Strategies
View Map
Logo

Northgate

Strategies
View Map
Logo

 

Incentives & Grants

Center City Development Grant Program

Center City Façade Loan Program

 

If you have any questions regarding the Center City Plan, please contact Kevin Ashley at 704-920-5149 or e-mail at ashleyk@concordnc.gov