On Tuesday May 19th 2015, please join HAUSA on an exclusive 1-hour tour of the Fulton Center, led by architect Greg Haley, GSD MAUD ’98 of Grimshaw Architects, the lead designers for this recent addition to Manhattan’s public realm. Learn about the history and evolution of the design for this project from concept to construction. Bring your questions, curiosity and a metro card (to access paid areas of the station). The event is limited to members of the Harvard community and is free of charge. Meet just inside Fulton Center on the Southeast Corner of Broadway and Fulton Street. Click here for registration and details.
This exciting, approximately 2.5-hour walking tour of the Ironbound neighborhood of Newark, NJ will be led by local real estate professional and urban planner Antonio Valla (Harvard GSD ’08). Experience the unique architecture of this Portuguese and Brazilian vibrant neighborhood, and its commercial corridor, Ferry Street. The tour will begin at 11:00 AM sharp. Meeting place is at the main information booth at Newark, NJ Penn Station. The station is accessible by NJ Transit and AMTRAK from NYC Penn Station. While the tour is free of charge, please remember to bring pocket money – you won’t want to miss the goods that local businesses have to offer! This tour is limited, so please Register Here.
Join the Harvard Architectural and Urban Society Alumni special interest group and other colleagues interested in the built environment at one of HAUSA’s Happy Hours in New York City. Engage with fellow alumni, learn more about what your colleagues are working on and join the fun! All members of the Harvard community are welcome.
This exciting, two-hour walking tour of Newark, New Jersey will cover the city’s developing downtown neighborhood through the eyes of a local real estate professional and Harvard GSD ’08 urban planner. Explore Newark’s newest development sites, local parks, shops and galleries and more…all while learning about its rich architectural past, present and future. The tour will take place Saturday, October 4, 2014, beginning at 11:00 AM sharp. While the tour is free of charge, please remember to bring pocket money – you won’t want to miss the goods that local businesses have to offer!
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Director Joshua Frankel teams with Tracy K. Smith (winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry) and composer Judd Greenstein to bring to the Opera stage the ultimate debate between urban planning mogul Robert Moses and activist Jane Jacobs over the proposed Lower Manhattan Expressway. Visit the project’s website to learn more about this extraordinarily ambitious proposal, where drama, music, art and urban planning intersect in a fresh, new way!
Urban planning joins Broadway in the hit show If/Then, an original new musical, whose lead character debates “whether to take a job as a city planner or one teaching urban planning…” in a unique story with excellent vocals. Starring Broadway veterans Idina Menzel and Anthony Rapp, book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey, music by Tom Kitt and directed by Michael Greif. Be sure to check out this show and get ready to be blown away by the amazing cast and music!