Goody Clancy Planning News
In two weeks Goody Clancy will be presented with an Urbanism Award from the New England Chapter of the Congress for New Urbanism. Our transit-oriented development (TOD) project for the villages of Glenbrook and Springdale in Stamford, CT is being honored for championing the path towards “good, strong New Urban development and improvements.” The plan hones in […]
Our planning and urban design practice was well-represented at this year’s Southern New England American Planning Association (SNEAPA) Conference, “Diverse & Dynamic: Planners & Places”. Principal David Spillane and Associate Principal Ben Carlson presented Providence and Hartford as case studies for “Restoring Vibrant Downtowns through Highway Transformation.” Senior Associate Amy Kaiser served up “Makerhoods: The Power of Funky,” a […]
We are pleased to announce that Ben Carlson and Amanda Sanders will be taking on new roles within the firm, as part of our ongoing effort to expand and strengthen our leadership team. Ben Carlson, LEED AP, Director of Urban Design, is being named an Associate Principal with increased responsibilities within our planning practice and an […]
Goody Clancy presents Glenbrook/Springdale Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Plan recommendations to Stamford, Connecticut Planning Board
Mitch Glass, Senior Urban Designer, presented the recommendations of the Glenbrook/Springdale transit-oriented development (TOD) plan to the City of Stamford’s Planning Board on June 9, 2015. The plan highlights major opportunities to advance mixed-use transit oriented development within urban village centers around two Metro-North stations on the New Canaan Branch Line. The planning process has […]
Amy Kaiser and David Spillane along with Burlington planning director David White presented the draft to a capacity crowd at ArtsRiot in Burlington’s the South End. The draft master plan, plan BTV South End, represents a year of work and collaboration with the Burlington community. Home to one of New England’s most dynamic arts communities, the South […]
At this year’s Architecture Boston Expo (ABX) two Goody Clancy team members will present on compelling projects that exemplify 21st century challenges in planning and architecture. Associate Principal Todd Symonds will serve on a panel to discuss“Design Assist for MEP Coordination: a 360° View” and Urban Planner Phil Schaeffing will speak to “Design and Development Insights on […]
The Washington Business Journal provides an overview of Goody Clancy’s air rights recommendations for I-66 in Arlington, VA – an analysis completed by the firm as part of the ongoing Realize Rosslyn Sector Plan update. The article’s thesis – that air rights development in Rosslyn would be challenging and expensive, but worth considering – stems […]
The Rhode Island Chapter of the American Planning Association has awarded the City of Warwick, RI the 2014 award for Excellent Comprehensive Plan for their plan titled 21st Century Warwick: City of Livable Neighborhoods. After the coastal city suffered extensive flooding of the Pawtuxet River in 2010, Goody Clancy worked with Warwick to update its comprehensive […]
Goody Clancy is pleased to welcome Urban Designer, Kui Xue to our Planning & Urban Design team. Originally from Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province, China, Kui obtained a Master of Science in Architecture studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Bachelor of Architecture from Wuhan University in Wuhan, China.
Goody Clancy is pleased to welcome Urban Designer, Wagdy Moussa to our Planning & Urban Design team. Originally from Cairo, Egypt, Wagdy obtained a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and a Bachelor of Architecture from the New York Institute of Technology.