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2018-05-09 18:00:002018-05-09 20:00:00America/New_YorkQuality Affordable Housing in NYCNOTE: A digital copy of Designing New York: Quality Affordable Housing is available for download here. Since Mayor de Blasio launched the Housing New York plan in 2014, New York City has greatly accelerated the construction of affordable housing. A number of these significant projects will be on city-owned property and will now come under the Public Design Commission’s (New York’s design review agency) jurisdiction. The PDC has traditionally been responsible for the review of public open space a
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Since Mayor de Blasio launched the Housing New York plan in 2014, New York City has greatly accelerated the construction of affordable housing. A number of these significant projects will be on city-owned property and will now come under the Public Design Commission’s (New York’s design review agency) jurisdiction. The PDC has traditionally been responsible for the review of public open space and institutional buildings but has limited experience in reviewing residential design.
In an effort to inform the Commission’s review of affordable housing developments, PDC staff has spearheaded an interagency research initiative focused on analyzing existing examples and best practices of high-quality affordable housing in New York City and in major cities across the United States and abroad. The PDC has partnered with AIANY and the Center for Architecture for the past year to facilitate this research. This collaboration has also included members from the Fine Arts Federation, the NYC Department of City Planning, and the NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development.
The partners of the Designing New York: Quality Affordable Housing initiative are launching a report that will synthesize and summarize research conducted to date on achieving affordable housing design excellence in New York City.
Speakers: City Officials:
Justin Garrett Moore, AICP, Executive Director, NYC Public Design Commission Brian Baldor, Director of Design Strategy, BLDS, NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development Claudia Herasme, Chief Urban Designer and Director of Urban Design, NYC Department of City Planning
Architect Presentations: Carmi Bee, FAIA, Principal, RKTB Architects Mark Ginsberg, FAIA, LEED AP, Principal, Curtis + Ginsberg Architects Fernando Villa, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Principal, Magnusson Architecture and Planning Susan Rodriguez, FAIA, Principal, Susan T Rodriguez | Architecture • Design David Danois, RA, President, Danois Architects Dan Kaplan, FAIA, LEED AP, Senior Partner, FXCollaborative Manish Chadha, AIA, Principal, Ismael Leyva Architect
Discussion: Les Bluestone, Principal, Blue Sea Development Company Martin Dunn, President, Dunn Development Corporation Frank Monterisi, Senior Vice President, Related Companies Barika X Williams, Deputy Director, ANHD|Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development
Moderator: Karen Kubey, Urbanist Specializing in Housing and Health; Visiting Associate Professor, Pratt Institute
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AIANY Housing Committee; NYC Public Design Commission
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