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  • Thanks Claudia, In our presentation we discuss using the phone app. What that would do is when walking on the trail there will be certain points by old buildings and areas that your phone can sync with and information and photos will pop up about the building or site you are looking at.
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  • I think you should add and talk about historic buildings or old buildings in the waterfront and how they are used today .
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  • thanks! We love the app idea as well. As for the starting point for the trail we were thinking of starting around the Williamsburg Savings Bank because its both historical and located by the trains
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  • I like your circulation strategy, of expanding the bridges walk paths to lead you to the Brooklyn Bridge park is a great idea. Maybe since you are historical team it can all begin (the trail) in a historical point such as the Fulton Ferry Landing. The smart phone App. is cool too.
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  • 1. NYCCOLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYBrooklyn Study DowntownSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  • 2. NYCCOLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY MY TEAMMY TEAM • Juliana Pipola-Juliana.Pipola@mail.cityetech.eduMY TEAM TOPIC • Jennifer Valerio-Jenifer.Valeria@mail.citytech.cuny.eduMY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEO • Youssef-Singacom@gmail.comINVENTORY • Fernando Tejeda-Fernando.Tejeda@mail.citytech.cuny.eduASSETSLIABILITIESDESIGN STRATEGIESCIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  • 3. NYCCOLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY MY TEAM TOPIC : HistoryMY TEAM • Early historical background of Brooklyn water front.MY TEAM TOPICMY TEAM MAP • Present development.PHOTOS & VIDEO • The Brooklyn/Manhattan Bridge.INVENTORYASSETS • Fulton Ferry Landing .LIABILITIES • The Brooklyn Bridge Park.DESIGN STRATEGIES • Jane’s Carousel.CIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGY • The Brooklyn Promenade.OUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  • 4. NYCCOLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY MY TEAM MAPMY TEAMMY TEAM TOPICMY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEOINVENTORYASSETS Locations for visiting Walking trialLIABILITIESDESIGN STRATEGIESCIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King Trail from train stations
  • 5. NYCCOLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY PHOTOS & VIDEOS Jane’s Carousel Brooklyn Promenade Fulton Ferry LandingSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King Brooklyn Bridge Brooklyn Bridge Park
  • 6. NYCCOLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY INVENTORYMY TEAM • Cobble StonesMY TEAM TOPICMY TEAM MAP • The Clock TowerPHOTOS & VIDEO • FactoriesINVENTORYASSETS • The Rail Road TracksLIABILITIES • Public art workDESIGN STRATEGIESCIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  • 7. NYCCOLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY ASSETSMY TEAM • The breezes from the waterfrontMY TEAM TOPICMY TEAM MAP • The old trails from War World 2 factories trainPHOTOS & VIDEO • The cobble stone •INVENTORY Historical Ferry Landing (Fulton Ferry Company)ASSETS • Janes carousel a (1922) carouselLIABILITIES • The view to the Manhattan skylineDESIGN STRATEGIESCIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  • 8. NYCCOLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY LIABILITIESMY TEAM • The rise in the river water effects the waterfront usage and theMY TEAM TOPICMY TEAM MAP conservation of some historical buildings close by thePHOTOS & VIDEO waterfront.INVENTORY • The noise pollution produce by the passing trains on theASSETSLIABILITIES bridges.DESIGN STRATEGIES • The air pollution from the remaining factories.CIRCULATIONSTRATEGY • No nearby or direct transportation to the parks or the waterfront.CLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … • Many under construction sites which can cause confusion on Site Planning fallowing a path down to the waterfront. ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  • 9. NYCCOLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY DESIGN STRATEGIESMY TEAM • Created an App for the user which will identify historical points,MY TEAM TOPIC building and trails.MY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEO • Created a trail that will indicated paths for certain interest sites andINVENTORY historical places found in the area.ASSETSLIABILITIES • Use some of the public space (such as the bridges) for movie screeningDESIGN STRATEGIES area and public art display.CIRCULATIONSTRATEGY • Use of smart phones app and GPS theology to indicated visitors toCLIMATE STRATEGY points of interest once the visitor are nearby the location.OUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  • 10. NYCCOLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY CIRCULATION STRATEGIESMY TEAM • One circulation strategy can be an extension to the bridgesMY TEAM TOPIC boardwalk that would lead to the waterfront which will make theMY TEAM MAP exploration of the area more assessable to the visitors.PHOTOS & VIDEO • Another circulation strategy that can be the use of trails andINVENTORY path ( by using signs on the street and sidewalk to guide anyASSETS pedestrian/visitor to points of interest which ultimately will bring then the opportunity to explore the waterfront .LIABILITIESDESIGN STRATEGIES • Indicate on nearby public transportation venues the locationsCIRCULATIONSTRATEGY and self guide set of path to explore the waterfront and theCLIMATE STRATEGY historical sites.OUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  • 11. NYCCOLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY CLIMATE STRATEGIESMY TEAMMY TEAM TOPIC • In the 1950s, the port authority of New York and New Jersey developedMY TEAM MAP an 85 acre shipping complex, along the shoreline. The concretePHOTOS & VIDEO structures had a negative effect toward the climate of the region. During the day, the concrete releases heat radiation making the area unbearablyINVENTORY hot.ASSETS • More green areas should be built along the shoreline and the surroundingLIABILITIES neighborhood.DESIGN STRATEGIES • Historical sites should be incorporated within the landscape providingCIRCULATIONSTRATEGY shade along in various historical points of interest.CLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  • 12. NYCCOLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY OUR NEXT STEPS . . .MY TEAM • Our next step on team research is to visit The Brooklyn HistoricalMY TEAM TOPIC Society to find more about the historical background and locations in theMY TEAM MAP waterfront.PHOTOS & VIDEO • In addition to research in the Historical society , we considered to visit the waterfront during different times of the day and try to identify theINVENTORY possible changes on the area during various time of the day.ASSETS • Our team will be communicating online through email in order toLIABILITIES identify task of each member and share information collected and once aDESIGN STRATEGIES week we will considered on meeting after school to finalized task.CIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King