Oculus - Fall 2015 - (Page 26)

feature Tower Power City Point, a retail and residential complex, will be the beating heart of the Downtown Brooklyn development boom BY CLAIRE WILSON T ©COOKFOX Architects he pop-up DeKalb Market was wildly successful when it opened in 2011 in a heaving swath of Downtown Brooklyn that, until then, galloping gentrification had mysteriously circumvented. Shipping container architecture made it funky. Gritty surroundings gave it hipster appeal. Local customers of Fulton Mall found the food and flea offerings fresh and new, even if the idea was imported from tonier brownstone neighborhoods. The spaghetti junction of a transit hub made it convenient to all comers. 26 Oculus Fall 2015 Home Game: Winning with Housing

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Oculus - Fall 2015

First Words Letter From the President
Letter From the Editor
Center for Architecture
One Block Over
Opener: Affordability: Many Paths to a Solution
Housing for the 99%
Tower Power
An Active Market for Passive
Ahead of the Class
It Takes a Village
Support System, Modular Style
From Learning to Living
The DIY Approach to Housing
In Print
118-Year Watch
Last Words
Index to Advertisers

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