RTNA Neighborhood Improvement Proposal Images
Mass Urban has recently completed the first phase of a neighborhood planning proposal in Jersey City, NJ. Working in collaboration with SIM-P a NYC-based team of recent urban planning grads, the project was iniatiated on behalf of a Jersey City-based community organization: RTNA ( Redstone Townhomes Neighborhood Association). Here are images from the booklet we produced for RTNA and community members.
The project has just entered its second phase, where the proposal is being presented to local residents and community groups, please stay tuned for further details!
Photos from our roundtable discussion in Jersey City, Workable Cities: Community Development are up! Thank to everyone who attended for generating an engaging dialogue on urban development issues in Newark and Jersey City. Special thanks to New Jersey Community Capital and University of Orange for sponsoring the event.
Photos courtesy of Maulin Mehta.
In the New Jersey/ New York area? We invite you to join us for the upcoming Workable Cities Workshop: Community Development, which will focus on how public policies and socio-economic conditions have impacted local communities in the NJ/NY area. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workable Cities: Building Community Cohesion Workshop photos
Here are photos from our first breakout Workable Cities workshop, Building Cohesive Communities, held back in April 9 at the Ironworks Community Gallery. Special thanks to ORNG Ink!
Photos: Tyree Huey
The first Workable Cities workshop: Building Cohesive Communities will be held on April 9, 2012 at the Ironworks Community Gallery in Orange, NJ. If you happen to be in the NYC/NJ area, please save the date and check it out!
Any questions or comments? Contact email@example.com.
Workable Cities Event Photos
Hey everyone, here are photos from our inaugural panel discussion, Workable Cities: Envisioning the 21st Century NY/NJ Region. We’re hoping to build on the success of this first event by hosting another panel discussion as well as a series of breakout workshops and meet-ups. Stay tuned for updates!
Photos courtesy of Hubert Lau
Thank you to all the guests and panelists for participating in this past Tuesday’s Workable Cities event. It was an truly incredible experience! We’ll soon be posting photos and a video of the thought-provoking discussion.
Special thanks to Angela Tam, NJCC, HANDS, the Lau family, as well as our panelists and moderator for helping make Workable Cities such a huge success!