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The Architectural League of New York and Urban Design Forum announce a campaign to create a fellowship program for emerging critics. The New City Critics program aims to empower new, fearless, and diverse voices to challenge the ways we design, plan, and develop our cities. New City Critics will be a two-year fellowship program, initially More
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Ryan Gilliam, Executive Director of Fourth Arts Block (FAB) discusses the organizations history and their new partnerships with Marvel, SHoP, and Buro Happold to create tailored to needs of smaller performing arts organizations, including ways to participate in New York City’s Open Culture program.
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Meet the Streets Ahead Working Groups who will advance a set of visionary proposals and tools for a more vibrant, equitable streetscape.
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Each year the Forum selects a diverse cohort of emerging leaders in urban design, development, policy, and advocacy to investigate how design can address a social or political challenge facing New York City. This year’s interdisciplinary cohort will explore how to foster food equity in every New York City neighborhood through the built environment. Made up of More
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About Neighborhoods Now In collaboration with the Urban Design Forum, Neighborhoods Now connects neighborhoods hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic with leading design firms. In Bed-Stuy, Jackson Heights, Kingsbridge, and Washington Heights, these working groups are collaborating to develop safe and effective reopening strategies. The outcomes are a set of design recommendations, prototypes, and installations empowering More
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About Neighborhoods Now In collaboration with the Urban Design Forum, Neighborhoods Now connects neighborhoods hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic with leading design firms. In Bed-Stuy, Jackson Heights, Kingsbridge, and Washington Heights, these working groups are collaborating to develop safe and effective reopening strategies. The outcomes are a set of design recommendations, prototypes, and installations empowering More
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Holly Leicht reveals that LMDC and the Port Authority will appraise 5 World Trade Center before releasing an RFP for development.