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title   Site 6
students   Kibur Salhu, Katherine Han, Dimitrios Katehis, Kiung Na
instructor   Carmi Bee, David Leven
date   Spring 2006
school   City College of New York
     
subject   multiple-unit housing
site   Pines Village, Plum Orchard, Little Woods, West Lake Forest, New Orleans East
     
description  
Relying on census information, this project studies the needs of the New Orleans East community in relation to the development of housing and retail establishments. Strategies for organizing architectural additions to the community are derived from the analysis of existing corridors and paths. Centralized, open green space, which presents the opportunity for community gathering, is celebrated. Also developed is a long-term strategic economic plan for local businesses. The goal is to provide an alternative to the typical “big-box” paradigm of neighborhood retail development by supporting a more diverse small-business environment. The project proposes a small business incubator to address the changing needs of local businesses that hope to grow their operations and yet maintain autonomy and identity in New Orleans East.
     
link   school site
     
comments  

11/22/06
Hanna Seifu
New York, NY

I am so proud of all of you. Well done!!! Luv u Kib



01/09/07
Liz
New York, NY

Well done! Congratulations to you all!



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