Provide a permanent display advertising local amenities
Rationale: Public displays listing local amenities are useful for wayfinding and encourage exploration of the surrounding area, contributing to increased walking, heightened accessibility, and stronger connections within the community.
Demonstrate compliance with one of the options below:
Option 1 - Local Amenities Display (Full Credit):
Provide a display promoting local amenities that demonstrate compliance with all of the following requirements:
- Permanently mount the display on structures such as walls, doors, poles, or stands within one of the following locations:
- outdoors, within 100 feet or 30 meters of a main building entrance
- indoors, on the floor of a main building entrance in a circulation path that is visible by all occupants.
- Ensure the display includes distances to a minimum of two of the following local amenities that are located within a 1/2-mile or 800-meter walking route of a main building entrance:
- areas of commerce (such as retail corridors, restaurants, or markets)
- civic and/or institutional buildings (such as libraries, schools, or community centers)
- commercial buildings (such as office buildings or other places of employment)
- public outdoor open spaces (such as parks, plazas, pedestrian corridors or other types of public open spaces)
- cultural destinations (such as religious centers, museums, or other types of cultural centers).
Option 2 - Digital Amenities Information (Partial Credit):
Promote local amenities through a digital platform that demonstrates compliance with all of the following requirements:
- Provide information advertising local amenities through one of the following:
- a building or project website
- a building or project-specific digital application.
- Ensure that the local amenities information includes distances to local amenities.
- Share access to the digital platform with all project occupants through one of the following:
- regular newsletter or email blast
- tenant manual
- signage or QR code placed in a location visible by all occupants.
Types of compliance documentation required:
- Annotated design drawing
- Annotated plans
- Annotated photographs