Architecture students set to unveil riverfront designs and solutions Tuesday

NEBRASKA CITY – In partnership with the Nebraska City Community Prosperity Initiative, a team of students from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Architecture has completed a 15-week study focused on development of short- and long-term projects for the city’s riverfront.

Kimmel Harding Nelson Center Program Director Holly McAdams-Olson says the students have done a lot of research, interviews and design work.

“We’re getting for their final presentations on Dec. 11 to show the community all the amazing work that they’ve done. It is open to the community. Everyone is invited. We’re excited to have new faces, even if you haven’t had the chance to participate in the other meetings.”

According to McAdams-Olson, it’ll be the community’s responsibility to think about what to do with this work moving forward to actually see it come into reality.

The presentation will be held at the Rowe Public Safety Complex Community Room, 1518 Central Ave, from 6-8 p.m.

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