Brackenridge Campus

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Please Join Us for the Central Health Brackenridge Campus Placemaking Workshop

We are pleased to invite you to a visioning workshop about the future marketplace at the Central Health Brackenridge Campus.
The marketplace may include a food hall, food culture center, health innovation center, public space, and Central Health office space.
This workshop will be facilitated by Project for Public Spaces (PPS), an internationally recognized non-profit planning and design organization.
PPS will provide a brief update on the marketplace before attendees break out into small groups to tour different areas of the Campus and participate in an interactive placemaking game.
Bring your ideas and your walking shoes. Refreshments will be provided.
Space is limited to the first 100 participants due to the interactive nature of this workshop. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
4 – 7 p.m.
Health Learning Building Auditorium

Watch our Brackenridge Campus Community Update from Thursday, Jan. 12.

Master Plan

Central Health_Brackenridge Campus Master Plan_FINAL 160118-1The Master Plan is intended to guide Central Health, its present and future partners and the community about the redevelopment of this landmark downtown property. The Master Plan expresses a vision created and refined through a robust stakeholder and community engagement process, which is ongoing. The Brackenridge Campus Master Plan will be an evolving, long-term plan that establishes a basic site planning framework, as well as planning parameters for the property.

Review the Master Plan at our dedicated website.

Central Health is working with community partners and experts on the future reuse and redevelopment of its Brackenridge Campus that will begin following the transition of hospital operations to Dell Seton Medical Center in 2017.

  •  Central Health is exploring various scenarios for the Brackenridge Campus property.
  • Central Health’s Brackenridge Campus is a vital community asset that will serve as an entrance into Waterloo Park, the new University of Texas Medical District, the Texas State Capitol Complex and Downtown Austin.
  • The Brackenridge Campus provides an opportunity for new development, such as office, residential, retail, hotel, or entertainment.

Central Health is committed to reuse and redevelopment guided by the following principles:

MISSION: Advance Central Health’s efforts to provide access to health care to those who need it most and promote Travis County as a model healthy community.

STEWARDSHIP: Promote uses and programs at the Central Health Brackenridge Campus that support the short- and long-term fiscal stability of Central Health and deliver returns for the citizens and taxpayers of Travis County.

PARTNERSHIP: Strengthen and expand relationships with health and wellness providers, collaborate with other public-sector entities, and help advance the goals of the larger community.