Thomas Meyer’s project “Residents and Rain Gardens” won First Place in the 2019 Nichols Prize for Urban Planning + Design. This project proposed a combination of a dense new urban neighborhood along Troost Avenue from 64rd Street to 65th Street as well as an additional urban park on the east side of the site. Several videos show his plans for the Landing Site through his digital model: https://youtu.be/a2_lBxcIHjk, https://youtu.be/7CCG4J86ZyM.
Jared Islas was awarded Second Place in the 2019 Nichols Prize Competition for his project “The Promenade.”
Bradley Hocevar won Honorable Mention for his project “Market Square at The Landing.”
Ryan Deeken was also given Honorable Mention for his project “The Resilient Landing”
The JC Nichols Student Prize competition is open to all students in the Junior level Urban Planning + Design studio UPD 312. The Nichols Prize is generously supported by the Miller Nichols Charitable Foundation.