Memphis featured in PPS Newsletter on Waterfronts

And they'll be here March 31 to lead us in an interactive, on-site "Placemaking" workshop on the riverfront.
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The February Project for Public Spaces newsletter takes a look at “Waterfront Renaissance” and the opportunity waterfronts bring to create great public spaces. Memphis is included as they discuss how to turn a waterfront around, the challenges, failures, mistakes, and successes.
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Shelby County Delegation visited PPS Project

A Shelby County delegation traveled to New York in January to study Bryant Park, one of the Project for Public Spaces’ (PPS) early success stories. Soon, on March 31, PPS will bring their skills to Memphis to help us envision a dynamic riverfront. Come take part.

In the 1980s, PPS gained international acclaim for their role in helping transform Bryant Park from a derelict space nicknamed “Needle Park” into a place now described as “one of the most sensual, graceful open spaces in New York City.”
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