Tag Archives: Urban planning
This summer Doebele Community Service Fellows are supporting community engagement and programming for the elderly, advancing community led design-build initiatives, and reanimating derelict neighborhoods. Carissa McLane Connelly (MUP, MDeS ‘18) is working on strategic and project level planning with Emi … read more
Bloomberg Associates is hiring an Urban Planning Team Project Manager for a range of projects relating to urban planning, public realm transformation, and urban economic development. The successful candidate will be an experienced urban planning professional with core experience in … read more
Matthew Kiefer (LF ’96) celebrates the end of urban planning “as we knew it” in a recent opinion piece in the Boston Globe. He hails new strategies–like planned incrementalism, value capture, public-private partnerships, and harnessing market forces–that lead to more livable, more … read more
Toledo, Ohio, is experiencing a renaissance, with new riverfront parks and open spaces and investments in entertainment and hospitality contributing to an active, livable, and attractive downtown. The Downtown Toledo Development Corporation, which has played a crucial role in the … read more
Having established an Innovation District (the first in a midsized US city) and created a 90,000 square foot Innovation Center over the past two years, Chattanooga, Tenn., is poised to move ahead with planning for further development of the district. … read more
Boulder, Colorado, is seeking a Director of Planning, Housing and Sustainability for this beautiful small city at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. One important perk: quality of life! Peter Pollock (LF ’98) loved his 25 years with the city, … read more
Mark Lamster, architecture critic for the Dallas Morning News, introduced himself and his work to the Harvard GSD community and explained how Dallas has earned the name Paradox City.
Doebele Fellow Andres Quinche (MUP/MLA ’19) is walking the streets of Washington, DC, as part of his work with the DC Office of Planning this summer on two meaningful research projects. His update on his activities is in the Harvard … read more
Terry Minger (LF ’77) has won the prestigious Torch Award for helping build Vail Colorado. His Loeb classmate Bob Daylor (LF ’77) writes about Minger’s significant achievement and the recent ceremony to honor him.