Garth Ruffner Landscape Architect
Developer: Taylor Properties
Architect: Rauschenbach Marvelli Becker
Landscape Contractor: Silver Creek Landscaping
The architecture and the landscape strive for an appearance reminiscent of Tuscany.
Italian Cypress, Fruitless Olive trees and Grape vines highlight the main pedestrian
The City of Lincoln required a very tight street tree spacing on the project. The
street tree species can be pruned into a high canopy to allow signs to remain visible.
This 16 acre project is located at the northern corner of the intersection of Highway
65 and Sterling Parkway. The landscaping and architecture reflect a Tuscan theme.
Intersection of Main Driveways
Highway 65 Frontage Landscaping
The landscape work was installed in 2005. The street frontages are designed to allow
the City of Lincoln to take over parkway maintenance utilizing reclaimed water when
it becomes available.
Central Pedestrian Corridor
Sterling Parkway Frontage
A small plaza and garden area is concealed behind the monument sign at the corner
of Highway 65 and Sterling Parkway. Daylilies and Society Garlic provide color in