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Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park Celebrates Completion of Phase II

Resilient. Resplendent. Real. New York City’s newest waterfront park opens in Long Island City.

Moving Landscape: A Proposal to Connect Port Houston to Its City

SWA designers and a team of graduate students envision a dynamic tapestry of ecology and urban spaces for the port’s terrain.

SWA's Resilient Cities Project: Towards a Resilient Miami

SWA’s tradition of pro-bono, community efforts continues with “Resilient Cities Project,” a new, action-oriented initiative that pairs SWA’s professional talent with representatives in a selected city to generate insight on opportunities to improve resilience, whether at the scale of a site, corridor or broader open space network.

Dallas’ new Pacific Plaza to offer a green sanctuary

The park is the result of a “land swap” between the city and the developer of the adjacent One Dallas Center.  In early 2016, SWA’s Chuck McDaniel and his team jumpstarted their design process for the 3.2-acre refuge with public “envisioning” sessions, then crafted the park based on their findings. To build excitement for Pacific Plaza, the new park was the subject of a selfie video mosaic at a recent city conference.

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