Re-imagining New York — what would we build?

Doug Balder, Carrie Lobman and Alejandro Gonzalez asked students in their “Dreaming New York” revolutionary conversation series to do some brainstorming to re-imagine Broadway — and specifically the area radiating away from 28th Street and Broadway.

What if we weren’t constrained by the street grid and could reinvent the entire corridor between Times Square, 42 Street, and Union Square, 14th Street. The class walked the blocks, mused and plotted, and will return next week to model and map out concepts…

Re-imagining the skyline at 28th Street & Broadway, Manhattan

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About Janet Wootten

Janet Wootten is a media and public relations professional, a member of the Institute’s Board of Directors and a leader of its annual community fundraising campaign.
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One Response to Re-imagining New York — what would we build?

  1. Lisa Geng says:

    I actually attended this class, and it was pretty interesting. The class came up with lots of concepts on what we would do in renovating the city. One particular one that unanimously gained everyone’s support was greenery. More trees, more plants, more flowers; the city was too bland, pavements empty of life. People need relief, a place to rest, to slow down time a bit. Or rather slow themselves down more. Nowadays, you would see everyone going to work, some working overtime, others never resting, multitasking. Having more places, such as greenery would help relieve some of the stress off, as well as let people realize that they could take a break in a place with green.

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