Milwaukee's Northeast Side Area Plan covers a broad and diverse segment of Milwaukee from Riverworks and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on the north to Brewers Hill and Brady Street on the south, Bronzeville and King Drive on the west to the lakefront (Bradford Beach to the Modern Art Museum and Pier Wisconsin) on the east--and everything in between! Working with Soloman Cordwell Buenz, Terri Guen Landscape Architects, Chicago, and the city planning office, STUDIO 1032 charretted values and ideas with seven different neighborhood groups over a two year period championing creation of a Milwaukee River overlay district, greening of key west-east gateway boulevards between 1_43 and the lakefront (North, Locust, and), transit corridor development north-south at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Oakland, introduction of green economy (inner-city SPIN plots for food production, service, and delivery), infill small home designs for vacant lots, The ensuing discussions and debates created a blueprint for future development of the area and identified specific sites that could be undertaken to support that development. The plan provided policies based on shared values shaping the character of development for years to come with a framework for community partnership.