This project directly builds upon the goals set forward in the One Northside Quality of Place vision. The project’s intent is to maximize university student research, talent and creativity in coordination with existing community planning and outreach efforts towards the creation of a Northside asset inventory and map.

This process will inform the planning and design of inter-neighborhood connectivity that links identified Northside assets.

2016 Update: Building off of the One Northside AIM project, the vision for a connectivity system has been advanced through a series of neighborhood walking brochures, grant-writing, community engagement, and more. Visit gtechstrategies.org/projects/northside-neighborhood-connections for more information.



Transportation related assets that are used to assist the public in navigating the community, including bus shelter and bike racks.

Local Economy

Local business and economic assets that operate in neighborhoods, from farmer’s markets to cafés.


A diverse set of cultural assets that include schools, historic sites and museums.


Assets that provide the community with green space, such as trails, parks and gardens.


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