Archinect
One Architecture + Urbanism

One Architecture + Urbanism

Amsterdam, NL and New York

anchor
The Triboro Corridor - Queens Blvd Station
The Triboro Corridor - Queens Blvd Station
10 more images  ↓

Fourth Regional Plan - The Triboro Corridor

The Triboro Corridor Book

As part of the Four Corridors Design Initiative for RPA’s Fourth Regional Plan, ONE + Only if’s scope is to develop a comprehensive design for the Triboro corridor on the base of the research and growth projections done by the RPA (2040). The team’s goal is to develop a new, broad vision that transcends existing jurisdictions and political boundaries. This aim of the design proposal is to communicate the opportunities and importance of the region to the local community and stakeholders in order to make a pathway towards positive transformation. Currently the team is formulating design strategies and a broader narrative for growth along the corridor. ONE+Only If are interested in better understanding local economic development initiatives, current industry growth, and organizations working in this arena. ONE+Only If hope to provide new models for local entrepreneurship and collaborative approaches for local value capture as a means to activate smarter and more responsible growth. At a finer level, the team is interested in what the community needs from a jobs perspective as well as where the community is heading from a broader economic context.

In collaboration with: Only IfRegional Plan Association

 
Read more

Status: Built
Location: New York, NY, US

 
The Triboro Line - Stations
The Triboro Line - Stations
New development models to keep value local
New development models to keep value local
Transforming roads to green and blue streets
Transforming roads to green and blue streets
Brookly Army terminal and Green retrofits
Brookly Army terminal and Green retrofits
Processes for the Next Economies
Processes for the Next Economies
Low Carbon Corridor
Low Carbon Corridor
Enhancing Randall's Island
Enhancing Randall's Island
Livonia Ave.
Livonia Ave.