Projects in Planning
Open House New York’s Projects in Planning series explores a single project in its early stages of development to deepen public awareness and understanding of notable developments on the boards across the five boroughs, and how the project is shaping the city’s future growth and accessibility.
Following a short presentation of a project’s design concepts, distinguishing features, and strategic priorities, a moderated discussion with public Q&A follows about what makes the project notable or important to New York. Topics of special interest to OHNY’s audiences include how the project’s program will address city-wide priorities and serve underinvested communities across the city,
what role this project may play in strengthening New York’s global positioning, and how the project’s approach may be establishing a new paradigm for realizing complex projects.