The riverfront story includes leveraging public and private investment opportunities, catalyzing development through infrastructure improvements, and making a long-term commitment to sustainability. Hear how land that was once used by industry is now home to award-winning public spaces, entertainment venues, multi-modal bicycle and pedestrian connections, historic preservation sites, and mixed-use communities.
$80 per person by August 18; $95 after August 18; includes water and catered lunch. Extensive walking.
Credit Matt Carbone
Learn how public open space and infrastructure can be a catalyst for economic development.
Understand the history of riverfront land and how once industrial uses are transitioning to provide much needed public space, infrastructure, and connections.
Learn how sustainable design principles and practices can be seamlessly integrated in a variety of ways
Learn how community advocates, long range planning and master planning informs projects and designs years later.