Envision SoHo/NoHo: A Summary of Findings & Recommendations

The Envision SoHo/NoHo report, a comprehensive documentation of the community engagement process, is now available online! You can view and download the full report by clicking on the cover image below. If you have questions and/or feedback on the report, please let us know by signing the Guestbook below or emailing us at Soho-Noho@planning.nyc.gov.



Background

The Envision SoHo/NoHo report, prepared by the engagement facilitator Jonathan Martin at BFJ Planning in consultation with stakeholders and Process Sponsors, includes background information on SoHo/NoHo’s history and existing conditions, articulates the opportunities and challenges SoHo and NoHo face as mixed-use communities, and documents recommendations and ideas put forward by stakeholders during the engagement process.

The report’s recommendations grew out of input and feedback gathered between January and June 2019 at a series of engagement events, including six public meetings and workshops, six focus group discussions, 18 Advisory Group work sessions, as well as online. It also incorporates comments received at the public meeting held on June 13, 2019, where preliminary findings of the engagement process were first shared.

The Envision SoHo/NoHo report, a comprehensive documentation of the community engagement process, is now available online! You can view and download the full report by clicking on the cover image below. If you have questions and/or feedback on the report, please let us know by signing the Guestbook below or emailing us at Soho-Noho@planning.nyc.gov.



Background

The Envision SoHo/NoHo report, prepared by the engagement facilitator Jonathan Martin at BFJ Planning in consultation with stakeholders and Process Sponsors, includes background information on SoHo/NoHo’s history and existing conditions, articulates the opportunities and challenges SoHo and NoHo face as mixed-use communities, and documents recommendations and ideas put forward by stakeholders during the engagement process.

The report’s recommendations grew out of input and feedback gathered between January and June 2019 at a series of engagement events, including six public meetings and workshops, six focus group discussions, 18 Advisory Group work sessions, as well as online. It also incorporates comments received at the public meeting held on June 13, 2019, where preliminary findings of the engagement process were first shared.

Please let us know if you have questions and/or feedback on the report. Looking forward to hearing from you!
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