Canal Street redevelopment

Canal Street Redevelopment and Safety Harbor Main Street

Pedestrian Oriented Streets


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Canal Street Redevelopment & Safety Harbor Main Street

Location: New Smyrna Beach, Florida
Safety Harbor, Florida

Client: New Smyrna Beach CRA (Canal Street)
City of Safe Harbor (Safety Harbor Main St)

Project Scope: Streetscape Design
Landscape Architecture

Engineer: Burkett & Associates (Canal Street)
Reynolds Smith & Hills (Safety Harbor Main St)

Project Size: 10 blocks (New Smyrna Beach Canal Street)
7 blocks (Safety Harbor Main St)

Executed by Frederick Halback as Founder & Senior Principal of Herbert-Halback, Inc.

Project Description & Challenge

Canal Street’s stylized streetscape in downtown New Smyrna Beach celebrates the unique materials of this oceanfront community. Coquina shell, tabby concrete, custom ironwork, palms, and live oaks are used throughout the ten-block area. In Safety Harbor, the Main Street streetscape project incorporated a series of pedestrian-oriented and traffic-calming devices to help make a more walkable and dynamic downtown street.

Solution

For over 20 years, these streetscape projects have stood the test of time, creating the signature redevelopment feature for each community. Each project has added a rich, pedestrian oriented experience for residents and visitors.

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