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Presentation  |  October 17, 2012

This presentation describes Pratt Center’s practice of integrating environmental sustainability and the arts in partnership with Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation, and Arts East New York. Pratt Center worked with these community-based...

Presentation  |  October 1, 2010

Following up on a 2010-2011 proposal to launch a sit-down restaurant and training kitchen on Farmers Boulevard, Pratt Center produced this national review of training and incubation kitchens. This presentation profiles a series of NYC incubation kitchens, which offer affordable rents and...

Presentation  |  April 6, 2009

The Church Avenue Business Improvement District (BID) has retained Pratt Center to conduct a retail market study and needs assessment, with the goal of making sure the already successful retail strip -- the shopping hub of Flatbush -- better serves a neighborhood where the poor and middle class live side by side.

Presentation  |  May 29, 2008

Presentation for the APA Metro Chapter Zoning Committee

Presentation  |  January 31, 2008

The goal of the presentation was to get input from residents and concerned citizens on the principles that should guide the redevelopment of Willets Point, in order to develop a proposal that embodies the communities’ vision.

Presentation  |  December 17, 2007

Cypress Hills: New Housing for a Rooted  Community


Presentation  |  June 9, 2004

The Southern Bronx River Watershed presentation shows how some local low-income communities are working with the government and sometimes against, to better their neighborhoods.