Boston Globe / July 14, 2017

Trustees group looks to Boston for next project

The Trustees of Reservations are embarking on a quest to build a new park along Boston’s waterfront. Although the ambitious park is in its nascent phase—a site hasn’t yet been selected—the Trustees are likening the project to New York City’s High Line.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution / July 13, 2017

The BeltLine may be a success, but it comes with a dark side

The BeltLine is one of the most popular infrastructure projects to come along in Atlanta in decades. But some say project leaders have fallen short in keeping the poor- and working-class communities adjacent to the trail informed on what to expect next in the sea change taking place.

Next City / July 10, 2017

Designing a new waterfront park for Detroit

The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy is turning its attention to the nearby West Riverfront Park, and has announced a design competition to transform the 22-acre site which was closed to the public until 2014.

Next City / July 10, 2017

Congress could give important bipartisan boost to city parks

A bipartisan bill introduced last month in the U.S. House of Representatives would create a permanent funding stream for urban parks. The goal of this grant program is to create parks in areas lacking in green space and recreation activities across the country, not just America’s biggest cities.