Issue 21

February 20, 2014


Developing story

As construction cranes loom, local institutions depart, and the mayor urges developers to press on, we ask three experts to weigh in on the future of the borough’s streetscape.

In this issue

The Neo-Industrialist

The Pratt Institute’s Adam Friedman thinks Brooklyn’s on the cusp of regaining its manufacturing prowess. Interview by Phillip Pantuso

The Generalist

Author Robert Sullivan on what we can learn from downtown Brooklyn. Interview by Melissa Batchelor Warnke

The Urbanist

Metropolitan observer Cassim Shepard on the future of New York’s cityscape. Interview by John Surico