Planners from the Unified Government, BNIM, and Insite Planning lead group discussions about different possibilities for the future of Rosedale. Groups talked about improving Rosedale’s green spaces like Rosedale Park and the Rozarks trails, future development along Southwest Blvd., creating a “university town” feel near 39th and Rainbow Blvd., future development around Rosedale Park, adding more park facilities, and preserving neighborhood integrity in Rosedale.
Phil Gardos, an RDA volunteer who attended one of the meetings, thinks the “university town” scenario has the most potential.
Gardos said, “I appreciate the idea of increased residential density on west 39th Avenue with commercial use on the ground floor while offering a full range of apartments to maintain economic diversity on the top, connecting people to Fisher Park.”
To learn more about the future of Rosedale and the Master Plan, please attend the March community meetings:
Rosedale Middle School
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Our Savior Lutheran Church
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Additional information about the Rosedale Master Plan and all of the upcoming meetings can be found at rosedalemasterplan.com.