A Return to the Town Square

APA Minnesota Chapter


Thursday, September 28, 2017
9:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. CDT

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The town square can be redesigned to allow people to gather to celebrate, conduct business, and engage in discussion. A look into three diverse case studies—the Santa Fe Railyard, Times Square, and Rittenhouse Square in Pennsylvania—provide examples for how planners can revive the town square to engage residents and serve them better. 


Stephanie Rouse

Stephanie Rouse graduated from the University of Nebraska with a masters degree in community and regional planning and undergraduate degree in Architecture. She has worked in city planning departments in Nebraska, Texas, and Minnesota and has experience in historic preservation. She is currently working for the City of Minneapolis as ... Read More

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