AAP NYC Fall 2017 Urban Planning Workshop Presentations: Reflections on a Semester in New York City

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The West Sibley Exhibition Hallway is displaying projects from the fall 2017 B.S. URS/M.R.P. semester at AAP NYC. An opening presentation and reception will be held on January 25. The exhibition will be on display from January 21 through February 3.

Presentation and Reception

Presentations, 157 East Sibley Hall, 5:30–7:30 p.m.

WELCOMING REMARKS

  • Associate Professor Jeffrey Chusid, CRP department chair

INTRODUCTIONS AND OVERVIEW

  • Bob Balder, Gensler Family Sesquicentennial Executive Director of AAP NYC

URBAN PLANNING WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

  • New York City Maritime Study
    • Client: New York City Economic Development Corporation
  • Vision for Oak Point Waterfront Access Plan, Bronx
    • Client: Waterfront Alliance/New York Restoration Project/CB#1 and CB#2
  • Green Infrastructure Plan for Ravenswood Houses (New York City Housing Authority), Long Island City, Queens
    • Client: New York City Department of Environmental Protection
  • Green Infrastructure Plan for Forest Park (Department of Parks and Recreation), Queens
    • Client: New York City Department of Environmental Protection

CLOSING COMMENTS

  • AAP NYC fall 2017 students

Reception, 115 West Sibley Hall, 7:30 p.m.

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