Penney Retirement Community Master Plan

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Penney Retirement Community Master Plan

Penney Retirement Community Master Plan

Client: Reinhold Corporation; Penney Retirement Corporatio
Location: Clay County, FL
Size: 191 acres
Service: Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Joseph P. Loretta, RLA, LEED®AP, BD+C
 

Penney Retirement Community (PRC) is a 191 acre campus with over 90 buildings of various sizes, most of which date back to the 1920's. The Community had developed an extensive "waiting list", but could not decide how to attend to growth and development issues raised after years of deferred maintenance and stagnant growth. Primary concerns of the residents included keeping the small town character, walkable streets, traffic calming, community services, and operational costs.

Genesis prepared a Master Plan for this community based on input received from the October 1995 "Vision 2005" visioning process. The Plan consolidated and reconciled the participants' wants and needs with the many physical and regulatory constraints.

The planning process had to reconcile the Master Plan with established design guidelines, the land development regulations of Penney Farms, goals of the PRC Long-Term Planning Committee as well as a specially appointed Master Plan Committee.

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Penney Retirement Community Master Plan


Clay County, FL

Client:

Reinhold Corporation; Penney Retirement Corporatio

Location:

Clay County, FL

Size:

191 acres

Service

Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:

Charette
Historic Restoration
Master Planning
Water System Design

Penney Retirement Community Master Plan

Penney Retirement Community (PRC) is a 191 acre campus with over 90 buildings of various sizes, most of which date back to the 1920's. The Community had developed an extensive "waiting list", but could not decide how to attend to growth and development issues raised after years of deferred maintenance and stagnant growth. Primary concerns of the residents included keeping the small town character, walkable streets, traffic calming, community services, and operational costs.

Genesis prepared a Master Plan for this community based on input received from the October 1995 "Vision 2005" visioning process. The Plan consolidated and reconciled the participants' wants and needs with the many physical and regulatory constraints.

The planning process had to reconcile the Master Plan with established design guidelines, the land development regulations of Penney Farms, goals of the PRC Long-Term Planning Committee as well as a specially appointed Master Plan Committee.