Then and now: Developments included in the 2005 Lincoln Downtown Master Plan Jan 26, 2018 (…) Facebook Twitter Email Print Save These projects can be directly tied to specific recommendations in the 2005 Lincoln Downtown Master Plan and the 2012 update to that plan. West Haymarket Buy Now Redevelopment of the former railyard to include the Pinnacle Bank Arena, parking, restaurants, hotels, housing and offices. KRISTIN STREFF, Journal Star Larson Building Buy Now Ten-story building at 1317 Q St. with retail, student apartments and parking. Journal Star file photo Tower Square 18,000-square-foot plaza at 13th and P, with a 57-foot-tall multicolor tower designed by artist Jun Kaneko. Courtesy, Lincoln Parks and Recreation P Street Infill Buy Now Redevelopment of several buildings along P Street, including the former Runza building and the YMCA (first-floor fitness center with windows facing the street). Journal Star file photo Arbor Day Foundation Buy Now Conversion of former theater space below the National Arbor Day Foundation offices to include additional office space and a first-floor restaurant. Pictured is the building's green roof in 2011. Journal Star file photo P Street corridor Buy Now Landscaping and development of more retail. GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star file photo N Street bike path Buy Now Part of a recommendation to improve pedestrian and bicycle amenities. GARY BENTRUP, Courtesy photo Downtown shuttle bus Buy Now Journal Star file photo As featured on +4 'Looking to the future': Lincoln partners with Denver firm to chart fresh course for downtown Thirteen years ago, Lincoln’s newly minted downtown master plan suggested the city's busines… More information Lincoln consultant says young people picking midsize cities over larger metro areas Facebook Twitter Email Print Save Load comments Most Popular Watch the video Nebraska submitted to the Big Ten and Pac-12 of Adrian Martinez's injury Steven M. Sipple: Excitement of Frost's hire distorted reality of mess he inherited Steven M. Sipple: Nebraska finds itself digging from hole that feels increasingly daunting Volleyball fans' ovation for Ohio player from Filley was special moment after career-ending injury 'Large' explosive removed from along South 27th Street promotion What do our archives hold for you? Explore millions of historical pages from your local newspaper for just $7.95. editor's pickpromotion You can now get Journal Star articles delivered to you on Instant Messenger The Journal Star now offers you the ability to get the news you want via Facebook Instant Messenger.