Justin shares about the humble histories that make Indianapolis and its people.
About the speaker
Justin Garrett Moore is a Senior Urban Designer for the NYC Department of City Planning where he is responsible for conducting complex urban design plans and studies of the physical design and utilization of sites including infrastructure, public spaces, land use patterns and neighborhood character. His projects have included the Greenpoint - Williamsburg Waterfront, Hunter’s Point South, the Coney Island Plan and the Brooklyn Cultural District. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners and the Forum for Urban Design.
Justin received degrees in both architecture and urban design from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation where he is now an Adjunct Associate Professor of Architecture in the graduate urban design and urban planning programs. He is also the co-founder of the Urban Patch, a social enterprise that focuses on neighborhood development and urban design in American inner cities, and serves as a board member for Mary Miss / City as Living Laboratory to help create more environmentally aware and responsible cities through the arts and sciences.
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Cities are people. — Justin Garrett Moore