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Keihly Moore

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Urban designer

The Lawrence Group
Contact Keihly Moore
keihly.moore@thelawrencegroup.com
Phone: 704-896-1696

Biography

Keihly Moore was a graduate assistant at the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute while she pursued master's degrees in architecture and urban design. She grew up along Lake Superior in Minnesota and has an undergraduate degree in architecture and environmental studies from Iowa State University.

Education

Moore has an undergraduate degree in architecture and environmental studies from Iowa State University and master's degrees in architecture and urban design from UNC Charlotte.

Expertise

Moore is an urban designer with The Lawrence Group office in Davidson.

Articles

Jul 30, 2014
There's always a need for more public seating and bike racks in South End, especially now that food trucks and gallery openings are no longer a well-kept hot-spot secret, drawing hundreds of folks. Why circle the block multiple times looking...
Sep 18, 2013
One lucky parking spot in NoDa gets to become a park for eight hours this Friday. From 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. volunteers will transform a space on North Davidson Street into a place for many people, instead of a place for one car.  In doing...
Mar 12, 2013
After hearing concerns about some of the new apartment construction in South End, the Charlotte Planning Department has hired a local urban design consultant to recommend possible changes to city zoning ordinances.  With 11 South End...
Jan 30, 2013
While cities such as Memphis have gained national attention for proclaiming a bicycle-friendly goal, Charlotte has been quietly taking a number of steps to improve its own streets for cyclists. Its bicycle sharing program, B-cycle, the first in...
Oct 03, 2012
So, how did it go? When I thought about it the next day, it all felt like a dream. I had – with plenty of help – organized Charlotte’s second PARK(ing) Day event in recent memory. The first, also created by UNC Charlotte students,...
Sep 11, 2012
Who doesn’t prefer a park to asphalt or concrete? What would you rather see, a parking place, or a park? That’s the impulse at the heart of International PARK(ing) Day. The yearly event has artists and other citizens transforming parking...
Jul 31, 2012
The city of Charlotte voted July 23 to buy 80 acres of the old Eastland Mall site for $13.2 million. It’s a big investment, and some say it’s a risky one as well. Eastland, opened in 1975 as one of Charlotte’s most popular shopping...
Jul 06, 2012
What if we could engineer urban public spaces to play in while simultaneously helping our storm drain systems and storm water capacity? How would our city look different? This time of year in the Carolinas the sky opens, streets flood and parks...
May 25, 2012
As a resident of Third Ward uptown, urban design student and enthusiastic cyclist, I frequent the streets of uptown. Most of my trips through its streets are not in my car, which means I travel at a slower pace and am better able to absorb the...
May 09, 2012
If you like the idea of a big green space in uptown Charlotte, we have a treat for you: A series of imaginative designs for a park in uptown's First Ward neighborhood. These are exercises only. The real First Ward Park design plan is shown at...