The Carlisle/Wortman blog has shared planning information and ideas since 2010. The top stories from 2018 include some new content plus our greatest hits.
Congratulations to our client, the City of Plymouth and its downtown development authority. The conversion of a historic downtown post office into a boutique grocery store has earned them the 2018 Michigan Downtown Association award for Best Economic Development Project over $1 million.
The Michigan Association of Planning (MAP) and Michigan Municipal League (MML) joined their annual conferences September 19-21. Carlisle/Wortman Associates sponsored the Friday keynote luncheon, provided speakers for three sessions and saw two clients honored in MAP’s annual Planning Excellence Awards. Dick Carlisle was a panelist in the general session “Townhall Live! Bridging the Gap Between […]
Where there’s a will there’s a way, for Center Line, an inner ring suburb with a vision for its downtown.
Carlisle/Wortman Associates are the planners of record for six of Michigan’s top 25 communities, according to a study by Niche.com.
Plans for a 1945 building in the village of Manchester’s historic district will be “compatible with the distinctive character of the district setting and surrounding buildings.”
Short films will feature 15 businesses on Maple Road in Troy, Michigan February 4-May 15, 2015.
Thoughtful planners stayed on course over many years to bring a $6.3 million multi-modal transit center to Troy, Mich.
The City of Northville has contracted with Carlisle/Wortman Associates to oversee the city’s building department services.
Driven by an innovative, 2008 master plan, form-based zoning and higher design requirements, the City of Troy has seen $11 million in private economic development investment along its Big Beaver corridor.