By Nancy Webster,David Shirley
From begin to end, this background emphasizes the contributions, collaborations, and lively disagreements that made the making plans and building of Brooklyn Bridge Park a version of typical city improvement and public-private partnership. The booklet comprises interviews with Brooklyn citizens, politicians, activists, city planners, and different key contributors within the struggle for the park. the tale of Brooklyn Bridge Park additionally speaks to greater matters confronting all towns, together with the advance of postindustrial areas and the way to stability private and non-private pursuits with out sacrificing inventive imaginative and prescient or sustainable goals.
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