Urban Forum: What Would Jane Jacobs Do?
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*Advance registration for this event has closed. Walk-in registration willbe available at the door starting at 9 am on May 20th.
Fifty one years after Jane Jacobs published her seminal book The Death and Life of Great American Cities, her ideas on liveable, walkable, and diverse neighborhoods continue to impact how urban environments are designed. A panel discusses Jane Jacobs’ legacy, including urban renewal, historic preservation, mixed-use zoning, and public space. Light refreshments will be served.
1.5 LU HSW-SD (AIA) / 1.5 CM (AICP) / 1.5 LA CES (ASLA)
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This program is a collaboration with the American Institute of Architects and the Canadian Embassy. Support is provided by Brookfield and the Canadian Embassy.
FREE. Pre-Registration required. Walk in registration based on availability.
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