This Friday at Freebird! For those of you that didn't make it to the previous presentation at LICH, I strongly encourage you to attend this repeat presentation. The students presented some very interesting ideas for our community that sparked engaging discussion afterward!
Students from Pratt Institute's Graduate Planning and Preservation Spring 2010 Studio course investigated general land use, economic conditions, and quality of life issues for the Columbia Waterfront Neighborhood in Brooklyn. From intensive research, interviews with local community members and neighborhood stakeholders, the students developed a land use plan that addresses environmental, cultural, and economic improvements for the neighborhood in both the short and long term. To hear the final results and recommendations we invite you to attend a repeat performance of the final studio presentation at Freebird Books, 7pm, May 28th.