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PR Newswire / January 29, 2018

Klyde Warren Park receives AIA's 2018 Collaborative Achievement Award

The American Institute of Architects announced Klyde Warren Park, a freeway deck park in Dallas designed by OJB Landscape Architecture, as the recipient of the 2018 Collaborative Achievement Award, which recognizes and encourages distinguished achievements of groups who have had a beneficial influence on or advanced the architectural profession.

Centennial Citizen / January 29, 2018

Denver's High Line Canal plans are moving forward

Last week, the High Line Canal Conservancy announced the launch of its second phase of significant planning for the canal’s future. The phase will culminate in the publication of a plan that builds on what the group learned from meeting with thousands of community members last year.

The New York Times / January 29, 2018

The subway is next door. Should New Yorkers pay extra for that?

Value capture, which can be an important funding mechanism for infrastructure reuse projects, is central to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan for fixing New York City’s subway. His plan involves higher taxes for properties adjacent to the subway to help provide money for critical repairs.

Next City / January 25, 2018

Instead of reenacting the past, this Indy neighborhood is 'pre-enacting' the future

One Saturday last October, a visitor to Indianapolis’s 16th Street would have glimpsed a fleeting vision: a neighborhood that doesn’t quite exist yet. The Harrison Center’s Pre-Enact Indy project sought to imagine a neighborhood—with the help of 300 actors—that had developed without displacement, embracing the future without forgetting the past.

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