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  • New Rochelle article in December issue of 2018

    SKIN IN THE GAME The New Rochelle Model is an innovative market-based redevelopment process. And it’s working. Continue reading the article issued in December issue of 2018 of the Planning Magazine HERE.

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  • Message from the Chapter President 1-4-19

    Happy new year! I hope everyone had a restful and enjoyable holiday season. As we start the new year, I want to express my gratitude to the outgoing and incoming Executive Committee—as well as the broader leadership team—for their dedication and hard work on behalf of the Chapter, and to encourage all Chapter members to […]

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  • William H. Whyte Award for creativity and ingenuity in planning

    La Marqueta Concept Plan One of New York City’s original public markets, East Harlem’s La Marqueta was established in 1936 and hosted 300 merchants at its peak. In 2017, City Council, the EDC, and local community stakeholders engaged WXY to undertake stakeholder engagement process and a feasibility study to develop a framework for future investments […]

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  • Meritorious Service or Achievement Award to recognize work of unusual merit or achievement

    The Greater Nyack Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan The Greater Nyack Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (Master Plan) provides a road map for safety and mobility improvements for the Nyack river villages and the entire Nyack school district.  Administered by the Village of Nyack and its stakeholder partners in the Nyack School District and the […]

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  • Andrew Haswell Green Award to recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions for a period of at least 15 years

    Barry Dinerstein Barry Dinerstein has over two decades of experience with the NYC Department of City Planning. He currently serves as Deputy Director of Housing, Economic, and Infrastructure Planning, and often represents City Planning as a liaison with many key agencies including NYCEDC. Barry has been instrumental in crafting new zoning regulations to help develop […]

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  • Paul Davidoff Award for leadership in housing and equal opportunity

    The Bushwick Community Plan The Bushwick Community Plan represents a new model in community planning in New York City and exemplifies advocacy and pluralism in planning. Bushwick has long been home to immigrants, working families and people of color. In the last few years, a wave of new, high-rent developments and upscale businesses has exacerbated […]

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  • Lawrence M. Orton Award for leadership in city and regional planning

    The D15 Diversity Plan School District 15’s (D15) schools are among the most socio-economically and racially segregated schools in New York City. This is based on the findings that D15’s schools are more dissimilar, or “different”, from each other and from the district’s average student demographics than almost all the other community school districts in […]

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  • APA-NYM Holiday Party: Join us for networking and fun!

    When: Wednesday, Dec.12th, 2018, 6:30 – 9:30 PM Where: The Beer Authority NYC, 300 W 40th Street, New York, NY 10018 Register HERE!

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    Member Log-in allows all members of APA-NYM Chapter to add content to nyplanning.org website and purchase event tickets at member pricing. Members login  APA-NYM Chapter members are added to the system when membership dues are paid. The same email address must be used. The “Members Login” button is located on the top right of the […]

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  • 2018 Annual Conference Program Overview

    8AM – 8:45AM | Registration Attendees should register at Columbia University, Lerner Hall between 8 and 8:45AM. Click here to preregister on-line (the registration form is at the bottom of the page). 8:45 AM – 10:15 AM Welcome Remarks Kovid Saxena, AICP, Conference Chair Max Sokol, AICP, President APA NY Metro Chapter Reflections from the Chapter’s 2018 […]

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