The beautiful and historic neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights offers excellent examples of Jane Jacobs’s principles of urban diversity in action. Beginning at the steps of Brooklyn¹s Borough Hall, we will stroll through residential and commercial streets while observing and talking about how the physical environment influences social activity and even economic and cultural development, both for good and for ill. We will be stopping at several points of interest, including the famous Promenade, and end near the #2/3 subway and a nice coffeehouse.
Please wear comfortable footwear and weather-appropriate clothing, and be sure to have lots of questions. See you there!
Date: Saturday, May 4, 2013 & Sunday, May 5, 2013
Meet on the footsteps of Borough Hall, Brooklyn, near the fountain. It’s the second stop in Brooklyn on the 2/3 subway line or the first stop on the 4/5 line and the R line. The A and the F are also nearby (Jay Street-Metro Tech).
We will end at the Clark Street station of the 2/3 subway line.
Host: Sandy Ikeda, Purchase College
Registration: No need to sign up, just show up.
Accessibility: This event is accessible and open to Adult walkers