As Manhattan's Chinatown experiences rapid change, a historic porcelain store on Mott Street reinvents itself as a space for intergenerational dialogue and community activation. UO talks to Mei Lum and Diane Wong, the minds behind the W.O.W. Project, about what they've learned and where they're headed next.
by Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani • October 28th, 2015
Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani shares stories of significant personal places from six Prospect Heights residents in the early 2000s and introduces a project to make visible those stories in the very different landscape of the contemporary neighborhood.
by Jonathan Tarleton • November 8th, 2013
Last weekend, Creative Time, a leading nonprofit in the presentation of public art in New York City and worldwide, held...
Roundup — Housing Out of Reach, a Fresh Take on Flushing, Boulevard 41, Arts at Ground Zero, Sandy Updates, Curtain, the Big Squeeze, and Calling Back to 1993
by Urban Omnibus • March 29th, 2013
OUT-OF-REACH HOUSING A new report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition demonstrates the very concerning statistic that “in no...
by Vinnie Rotondaro and Maura Ewing • January 30th, 2013
Vinnie Rotondaro and Maura Ewing of Narratively take an in-depth look at a fast-changing Brooklyn neighborhood and the actors and strategies behind its transformation.