JMBC Releases Three Reports (December 2015)

Mapping American Legacy Cities (2015) is a comparative data report analyzing the urban trends of population loss, race and ethnicity, residential density and vaccy, unemployment and income for 48 Legacy Cities in the United States.  Legacy Cities are cities greater than 50,000 in population that have lost over 20% of their population since peak levels.

Inclusion in Architecture Report (2015) one of the first comprehensive compilations of data recording the state of African Americans and Hispanics practicing in the architecture profession, as well as faculty and students in the academy.

Public Life Urban Justice (2015) summarizes an 18-month collaboration between Gehl Studio, J. Max Bond Center, and Transportation Alternatives that developed, investigated, measured, and evaluated how seven recently implemented New York City Plazas contribute to quality public life and greater social justice.

To Download:
Mapping America’s Legacy Cities
Inclusion in Architecture
Public Life & Urban Justice in NYC’s Plazas