Rendering courtesy Gensler.
A project from architecture and design firm Gensler that reimagined the Georgetown waterfront included this eye-catching rendering that UrbanTurf thinks would make a good addition to a hypothetical “Georgetown 2050” campaign.
The rendering was created in response to a design challenge from Washingtonian to consider what the city might look like in 35 years. UrbanTurf’s favorite idea was this one from Gensler.
The bridge would connect Roosevelt Island to the District and could be used by both pedestrians and cyclists. It would be accessible from the tail end of Wisconsin Avenue where and extend from Georgetown Waterfront Park. The island is currently only accessible from the Virginia side.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/gensler_imagines_a_pedestrian_bridge_connecting_dc_to_roosevelt_island/9756
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