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Inwood has questions as city quickly prepares to develop new library with affordable housing

“This entire process feels like window dressing for decisions already taken.” So read a guerilla message plastered on design boards at a recent library visioning session in Inwood, a neighborhood at […]

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From the Everglades to the Rockaways, this Brooklyn firm works with communities to design for resiliency

Walter Meyer and Jennifer Bolstad, founders of and partners in Local Office Landscape and Urban Design (LOLA), are earning a reputation for their innovative resiliency projects at the edges of civilization—coastlines and […]

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A new online planning platform lets residents shape a neighborhood from the comfort of their smartphones

In a creative digital shift, the City of New York has residents of one Brooklyn neighborhood tagging up a storm on a new urban planning platform designed to affect neighborhood change IRL. With the help of coUrbanize, […]

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