Analco neighbourhood is Guadalajara's eighth Special Urban Intervention Zone (PIUE), located in the historic centre of the city.
Analco is now a consolidated neighbourhood, with two public squares, two municipal markets, various educational and health facilities, public government offices, wide streets with cycle paths, and is well-connected via line 3 of the light rail network (LRT), and the the BRT that runs along Calzada Independencia Boulevard.
A major challenge is to reduce crime and violence rates in the area, which have arisen due to the neighbourhood being underutilised, and population decline.
The approximate area is 46 hectares, with 44 blocks and 1,279 buildings.
The area has a population of 3,416, with a population density of 74 residents per hectare. The area is facing many security threats and safety concerns.
Regeneration priorities & expectations:
Improve connectivity between public spaces, taking advantage of the current urban layout to create superblocks.
Develop a densification policy that proposes different housing options.
Promote Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) and expand MiBici to the Analco neighbourhood.
Promote mixed-use development, incorporating the proximity model and improving local economic development.
Improve existing infrastructure and public service, whilst reactivating underutilised urban spaces.
Improve the area’s environmental impact.
Improve community engagement to better understand and meet local needs.
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