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Nyc milestones jan 2013

  1. 1. NYC Planning Milestones
  2. 2. Early Dutch New York
  3. 3. 1811 Commissioner’s Plan
  4. 4. Erie Canal
  5. 5. Buffalo, NY Syracuse, NYBuffalo, NY Near Schenectady, NY
  6. 6. Raw material Production - Industry
  7. 7. Goods and Shipping – Finance/Market/Exchange
  8. 8. Industrial Jobs = Immigrants
  9. 9. Immigrants – Explosive Growth of New York City
  10. 10. Infrastructure: Water Supply
  11. 11. Infrastructure: Bridges
  12. 12. Reforms: Parks
  13. 13. Reforms: Building Laws
  14. 14. NYC Consolidation, 1898
  15. 15. SubwaysRapid Transit (IRT)
  16. 16. 1916 Zoning
  17. 17. IND Subway, 1920’s
  18. 18. NYC Housing Authority, 1935
  19. 19. Robert Moses, 1920’s – 1970’s
  20. 20. Robert Moses, 1920’s – 1970’s
  21. 21. Urban Renewal, 1948
  22. 22. 1961 Zoning
  23. 23. 1969 Master Plan
  24. 24. South Bronx1970s
  25. 25. New York TimesAugust 16, 1971
  26. 26. New York TimesApril 10, 1972
  27. 27. Ca. 1 Million
  28. 28. South Bronx
  29. 29. East New York, Brooklyn
  30. 30. Urban Flight, NYC’s Budget Crisis, 1970’s
  31. 31. New Daily News Time MagazineOctober 30, 1975 1975
  32. 32. Koch Housing Program, 1980’s
  33. 33. Local Development Corporations (LDC), 1970’s
  34. 34. Wie sich New York wieder verbesserte …Housing Program of Mayor Ed Koch
  35. 35. Housing Program of Mayor Ed Koch
  36. 36. Housing Program of Mayor Ed Koch
  37. 37. Housing Program of Mayor Ed Koch
  38. 38. Housing Program of Mayor Ed Koch
  39. 39. Housing Program of Mayor Ed Koch
  40. 40. Housing Program of Mayor Ed Koch
  41. 41. Charlotte Street, South Bronx
  42. 42. President Jimmy Carter visits theSouth Bronx, October, 1977
  43. 43. Presidential Candidate Ronald Reagan visits the SouthBronx, Summer 1980
  44. 44. Charlotte Street, South Bronx
  45. 45. Charlotte Street, South Bronx
  46. 46. Charlotte Street, South Bronx
  47. 47. Charlotte Street, South Bronx
  48. 48. Charlotte Street, South Bronx
  49. 49. Charlotte Street, South Bronx
  50. 50. Public Transit Improvements
  51. 51. Economic Growth
  52. 52. Immigration
  53. 53. Personal Safety
  54. 54. Quality of Life
  55. 55. Zoning for the Waterfront, 1993
  56. 56. Population Growth, 2000
  57. 57. Bloomberg Housing Program, 2003
  58. 58. Renaissance Plaza, Harlem, Manhattan
  59. 59. Madison Avenue, Harlem, Manhattan
  60. 60. Zoning for Affordable Housing, 2005
  61. 61. “Inclusionary Zoning”City- and Privately-Owned Sites: Inclusionary Zoning
  62. 62. “Inclusionary Zoning”
  63. 63. “Inclusionary Zoning”
  64. 64. Complete Streets
  65. 65. • Street plazas – Times Square, Broadway,Pedestrian Plazas
  66. 66. Bicycle Infrastructure
  67. 67. Mass Transit Construction
  68. 68. plaNYC, 2007
  69. 69. • Current Planning Issues – Global Warming – Climate Resilience – Growth – Community Development/ Preservation – Urban/Community Design – Affordable Housing

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