"Point/Line/Plane: Transit-Oriented Development in the Nation’s Capital," examines the sustainable and green revitalization of the NoMa neighborhood in Washington, DC. Speaking at the conference are the major participants in the development effort including Harriet Tregoning, director of planning for Washington, DC; James Curtis, managing partner, Bristol Group; Liz Price, president of NoMa Business Improvement District; and Rustom Cowasjee ’80, managing director of design and construction for Tishman Speyer's Washington, DC, office. The keynote address will be given by Michael Sorkin, distinguished professor of architecture and director of the graduate program in urban design at the City College of New York. "Point/Line/Plane" is the fourth in the annual Case Studies in Urban Development series that examines the multidisciplinary aspects of large-scale urban development both domestically and internationally.
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