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Winlsow Green

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The Winslow Green anchors one end of Bainbridge Island’s Historic Mainstreet. The 1/3-acre park is privately owned by the retail and residential Condominium Association who encourage public access and use by the community. The large lawn was retained and the site reorganized to create more opportunities for the park to serve as a venue for a variety of community events. Upgrades include improved access to the park and businesses. New features include a civic scaled arrival staircase framed with granite boulders, a crushed stone plaza, drainage improvements, walks, landscaping, and small gardens. The existing pavilion was repositioned and upgraded.

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Bainbridge Landing

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Located a short distance from the Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal, this new 140 home LEED Silver neighborhood will include townhomes, flats, and lofts. This neighborhood is thoughtfully designed to fit into the historic and new neighborhood fabric incorporating a 1-acre public park and well-detailed public streets and private lanes. Homes overlook the new park, courtyard and green streets. The centerpiece is an amenity rich terraced courtyard framed by 3-4 story stacked flats. Two to three story townhomes and lofts with carefully detailed streetscapes are located along the edge of the site providing a graceful transition to adjacent mixed use and single-family neighborhoods. Several heritage trees, originally from Kew gardens are preserved. Innovative features include covered bike parking, car sharing, EV charging stations, transit shelter and public space.

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Bucklin Court

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This proposed development by Sean Parker Architects includes a mix of high-end residential, restaurant and recreational uses. The Clear Creek Trail connects the development to Kitsap County’s expansive trail and open space system. Enhancements to the beach and adjacent park include removal of a bulkhead and beach restoration, waterfront pathway construction, and planting of extensive wetland buffer. The landscape plan includes a highly detailed walled courtyard with a strong central pedestrian axis that terminates in distant view of Puget Sound. Referencing formal European gardens, the landscape includes a walled courtyard and a formal pedestrian Alle’.

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Town & Country Market

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A landscape plan was created in conjunction with the renovation of this community’s beloved local market using edible garden types as inspiration. For example, a Fruit & Beverage garden is located at the new NE corner entry and cafe patio and a new pocket park along Winslow Way will support a Savory Herb garden. Three sides of the building will be adorned with climbing vines and tightly spaced pole apple trees will soften the west side facade. Numerous bulbs and perennials will provide seasonal interest throughout the year.