Lake Monona Waterfront Design Challenge Presentations hosted by Madison Parks
1.7 miles of lakeshore. Three world-class design teams. A new vision for Madison’s connection to Lake Monona. Make plans to join us on Thursday, January 26 as the three design teams present their master plan options live and in person at Madison Central Library.
The Lake Monona Waterfront Design Challenge is a city planning initiative to develop a master plan to guide future lakeshore improvements from the northern portion of Olin Park, along the John Nolen Drive causeway, to Law Park. The project’s goal is to create a welcoming, inclusive and environmentally focused master plan that forms a crucial connection from south Madison and surrounding communities to the isthmus. An adopted master plan will guide future lakeshore projects and improvements along Lake Monona.
The Design Challenge Kick-Off held in October introduced the three teams and their unique perspectives on the master plan development. In November, the teams gave audiences a teaser of their initial thoughts and concepts at the Design Challenge Check-In. Since then, the three teams have been diligently preparing their designs to be unveiled for the first time on Thursday, January 26 at Madison Central Library.
Design Challenge Master Plan Presentations
Thursday, January 26, 2023
5:30pm Food & Music | 6:00pm Presentations
Madison Central Library, Rooms 301-302, 201 W Mifflin Street
View Livestream the day of the event, starting around 6pm CT.
For more information, visit Lake Monona Waterfront Design Challenge.
- Media Contact: Ann Shea, Parks Public Information Officer, email@example.com