PHOTOGRAPHERS: University of Arkansas Community Design Center (UACDC
) & Marlon Blackwell Architect (MBA)
Victor Crist, R-Tampa, who was instrumental in creating the UACDC and now sits as the nonprofit group's chair.
The success of the program is also due in large part to the UACDC facility, Crist said.
He will succeed Hillsborough County Commissioner Victor Crist, the outgoing Chairman of the UACDC
who has served it for 15 years, and will continue to serve the organization as Chairman Emeritus, a volunteer, honorary non-voting position.
, led by Steve Luoni, came up with a design for a 165-acre campus that included plats for streets and pathways, various housing types suitable for an aging population and an ecological plan for treating storm-water runoff.