Sustainable Community Development Projects

Against mounting inequality and ecological risk, all New Yorkers must be empowered to take part in the planning and development of their communities.

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Pratt Center equips communities to understand the scope and impact of proposals for their neighborhoods and engage them to define community priorities around housing...
Pratt Center works with local groups to develop green community plans – comprehensive strategies toward sustainable, resilient and prosperous neighborhoods.
A diverse coalition is fighting to preserve open space and expand affordable housing in the face of several unaccountable development proposals.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Pratt Center is working to develop community-driven long-term resiliency strategies.
After the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, the coastal community of Sheepshead Bay can serve as a model for climate resiliency.
Diverse commercial corridors with thriving locally-owned businesses lead to prosperous and vibrant neighborhoods.
Pratt Center works with local organizations to plan for the sustainable redevelopment of brownfields in low- and moderate-income communities.
Community-based, post-Sandy planning hubs can serve as a one-stop-shop for government, communities and businesses to work toward resiliency.
Bridging community development across Pratt Institute's diverse disciplines.