Times Square design competition call for proposals
Now that the City of New York has decided to make the pedestrian plazas in Times Square permanent, the New York City Department of Transportation (DOT), in partnership with the Times Square Alliance, has issued a Request for Proposals for conceptual designs of short-term “refreshes” of the plazas. The alternate designs, once implemented, are expected to be operational for eight months, beginning in mid-July. Proposal submission deadline is April 16th.
The competition is taking place in tandem with a separate design process for a permanent reconstruction project, to begin in 2012 in partnership with the Department of Design and Construction and under the umbrella of the Mayor’s Greenlight for Midtown program.
(via Urban Omnibus)
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