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Transcript of mpf2013
New York City Index .Introduction Pratt Center for Community Development
.BOA Conclusion and Follow-up Pratt Center for Community Development .founded in 1963 as a collaborative of Pratt Institute
.interdisciplinary approach on urbanism Bedford Stuyvesant's Brownfield Opportunity Areas .Project is under the patronage of NYS > grant application
.Target Areas: neighborhoods affected by brownfields and socio-economic distress
.Brownfields are vacant or underutilized lots where contamination or perceived contamination has blocked investment and redevelopment
> convert brownfields from liabilities to community assets
> create safe green/public space
> affordable housing
> create green collar jobs
> provide access to healthy food (e.g. community garden)
> include educational functions
> leverage investment
> build a participatory vision and consent Bedford Stuyvesant's Brownfield Opportunity Areas Bed-Stuy facts: .predominantly residential
.140.000 residents Unemployment 2007 Educational Attainment 2007 Median Household Income 2007 Project Outline: photos: Pratt Center 2012 Bedford Stuyvesant's Brownfield Opportunity Areas / Conclusion Status Quo: .2 of 3-step application are submitted in Sep. 2012
> continue with elaborated political strategies 2014/15 (after acceptance by NYS) Reflection: Multiplicity of
Stakeholders + - + efficient community
+ shared responsibilities
+ agglomeration of
expertise - finding consensus
among all stakeholders
- distribution of
unclear Research and
MGMT + - + thorough data
analysis and mapping
approach - duration from the
project idea until
- short term vs. long
term effects Gwendolyn Galedary
Model Project Partner: Pratt Center for Community Development
M.Sc. European Urban Studies / Bauhaus Universität Weimar BUW Model Project Forum 2013 - Gwendolyn Galedary BUW Model Project Forum 2013 - Gwendolyn Galedary BUW Model Project Forum 2013 - Gwendolyn Galedary BUW Model Project Forum 2013 - Gwendolyn Galedary BUW Model Project Forum 2013 - Gwendolyn Galedary community-
based planning technical
institutions strong educational collaboration Bedford Stuyvesant's Brownfield Opportunity Areas / Follow-up Follow-up Questions: .How do we measure social change?
.To what extend are social inequalities exacerbated by natural hazards?
> post-Sandy urban development
.Could such projects facilitate more transparency in a European/German context?
> Stuttgart 21, Recht auf Stadt activism BUW Model Project Forum 2013 - Gwendolyn Galedary Thank you! email@example.com