Planning Builds Great Neighborhoods Four interrelated resources are offered
My Community Development (CD) program experience was built with business associations and community development corporations. Have a look HERE
My Demographic Research (DR) services will help you select census data on population, retail trade, services and manufacturing to identify trends and issues from a variety of sources, including my own. See more: HERE
My Field Research (FR) services produces two sources of primary data survey. Land Use and Building Condition surveys describe individual buildings and overall market conditions to evaluate community preservation and new development opportunities. More HERE
My Strategic Planning ((SP) skills are used to conduct "scans" that promote relationships between civic, business, and public agencies. It is deployed as a prerequisite to organizational development. More HERE
My Organization Development (OD) experience reviews your 'communications climate' and builds a framework for information management and data sharing practices. A variety of unique software-based solutions serving community development corporations are available that specialize in areas ranging from management practices to serving vulnerable families. More HERE
Working on a book for fun and because who isn't writing a book? The density project started in 2016 with a search for participants in this Blog.
Acquire the Table of Contents and Chapter I: Urban Transformation for five dollars to get a copy.
Decide to participate. A survey on the blog will help.
We are looking for about about 150 people interested in building hyper-urban-density to keep a true wilderness. Single author books arer not effective in achieving a goal. The best way to do it is digital and with many minds. No one is as smart as all of us. The real problem is getting to the "us" part.
Retail Scan Malcolm X Blvd. in Brooklyn Bridge Street Development Corporation requested a review of commercial and related development choices on this 1.1 mile retail services corridor. Also set up this Blog The work I did on Myrtle took hold really well, this one is a toss up.
Neighborhood Project to Get High Speed Internet Service Work to get fiber optic cable into every community is a global priority. Some corporations just need people to put some squeak in their wheel. This blog is one of those efforts for my neighborhoodLightwheels Business Plan
Flushing Meadow (Lake and Park) Program builds on rapid growth in use of bicycles as a primary mode of transport for commute, shopping and recreation. See blog for website development: See Blog on Bicycles
Washington Heights and Inwood Community Board Twelve (CD12) sought a comprehensive review of land uses and current zoning. (pdf on request)
City College Architecture Center Seven Strategies Report (pdf on request)