Hometown: New York
December 2, 2012
I think Millennium Park in Chicago is a great example of how the city tried to fuse architecture, art with greens sites and transform brownfield sites into usable and enjoyable green spaces. The park is one of the world's largest green roofs, sitting on top of parking garages and a train. Visitors have direct access to a number of cultural amenities via the pedestrian bridge that connects to the Art Institute and the Jay Prtizker Pavillion where visitors can enjoy free shows and events in the center of downtown Chicago.
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I work in real estate finance but dedicated a good deal of time to sustainable RE development in college. I just moved to NYC from Chicago and am really interested in getting involved with various urban planning projects and initiatives in the city.