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Pratt Center's projects operate at the intersections of community development, business innovation, and forward-thinking research and policy.

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A series of historic works in commemoration of the Pratt Center for Community Development‘s 50th anniversary.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Pratt Center is working to develop community-driven long-term resiliency strategies.
A Bronx-based coalition is successfully leading the fight to demolish the Sheridan Expressway and replace it with affordable housing and green open space.
Pratt Center is working to dramatically expand the residential energy efficiency market through an innovative study to standardize retrofits.
After the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, the coastal community of Sheepshead Bay can serve as a model for climate resiliency.
New York City's  manufacturers help the city to thrive.
Made In NYC enhances the capacity of small businesses to create jobs, foster entrepreneurial innovation, and grow sustainable local markets.
Pratt Center works with local groups to develop green community plans – comprehensive strategies toward sustainable, resilient and prosperous neighborhoods.
The Brooklyn Navy Yard, a 300-acre active industrial park, is a model for sustainable industrial development and strengthening urban manufacturing.
A diverse coalition is fighting to preserve open space and expand affordable housing in the face of several unaccountable development proposals.
Green Jobs-Green New York is a statewide initiative to strengthen communities through energy efficiency, with a focus on small residential buildings.
Community-based, post-Sandy planning hubs can serve as a one-stop-shop for government, communities and businesses to work toward resiliency.
The EDGE Program helps local business owners, homeowners, and land owners connect to state-funded energy efficiency incentive programs.
Pratt Center is a leading advocate for BRT – a low cost approach to shortening commutes for thousands of New Yorkers and closing disparities in transit access.
Diverse commercial corridors with thriving locally-owned businesses lead to prosperous and vibrant neighborhoods.
We found alarming socioeconomic disparities in transportation access through a comprehensive analysis of commuter routes and travel time across NYC.
NYC's burgeoning food manufacturing sector can continue to grow and create jobs through the facilitation of third party product distribution.
Pratt Center works with local organizations to plan for the sustainable redevelopment of brownfields in low- and moderate-income communities.
The UMA is a national collaborative of public and private stakeholders working to foster sustainable manufacturing initiatives in cities across the U.S.