Happy New Year! While 2020 was not the festive twentieth anniversary year we had planned, we rose to its unexpected challenges at work, joined with Black Lives Matter and others to examine our community values, and feel ready to take on 2021 with renewed energy and purpose!
Thank you for being a part of our community. Together, we can make 2021 a better year for everyone!
St Pete Pier Approach in Florida opened to a socially distanced but enthusiastic public!
We started The Riverline in Buffalo, NY, a part of the High Line network, for the Western New York Land Conservancy.
The Inner Harbor Water Taxi Pavilion on Pier One in Baltimore began construction.
CC Moore Park in Queens was completed!
Riverside Skate Park Phase 1 opened to the public!
90 Sands plaza received City Planning certification and approval!
Far Rockaway is under construction – both the DDC streetscapes and the open space for Phipps Housing!
We participated in Neighborhoods Now with the Bed Stuy BID, to imagine improvements to help the retail district meet social distancing requirements.
Bush Terminal waterfront redevelopment started construction!
The public plaza at 1250 Broadway was completed!
Grant Avenue Park in the Bronx was completed!
Three of four phases of Shoelace Park in the Bronx were opened to the public!
The American Architecture Awards for the Edge Park in Brooklyn
The Waterfront Center Excellence in Design Award for St Pete Pier Approach
JB Lane Park with our Rivercenter in Tampa was shortlisted for the ULI Open Space Award.
Lastly, our book Dynamic Geographies has arrived! Through 20 projects and multiple essays, this book celebrates our 20th anniversary as well as our understanding of the role of landscape architecture in improving communities.
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