When: Thu., May 24, 6-7:30 p.m. 2018
Hudson’s fortunes have improved greatly since the blight and disinvestment of the late 20th century. Can better urban design shape it into a more equitable, livable city? Can the truck route problem be solved? Can Bliss Tower be better integrated into Hudson’s urban fabric? Can our parks become more proper public amenities? Join Hudson architect and bestselling author Matthew Frederick as he draws on principles from his new book, 101 Things I Learned in Urban Design School, to explore how we might repair Hudson’s trouble spots and shape its future.