Illuminate Coral Gables Founder + Artists Featured on WLRN Sundial
The City of Coral Gables is hosting an outdoor public art and light installation called “Illuminate Coral Gables,” on display until March 13. MHCP COLAB arranged this interview with husband and wife artists Antonia Wright and Reuben Millares and co-founder Patrick O'Connell.
Firm Principal, Melissa Hege, Graduates from Leadership Institute
The Urban Land Institute of Southeast Florida / Caribbean announces the graduates of the third cohort of the Leadership Institute, the district's real estate-focused leadership program dedicated to developing the region's emerging land use and real estate leaders.
Four Little Havana Pedestrian Zones Approved October 2020
MHCP COLAB is running the PR campaign for the Little Havana Pedestrian Priority Zones and created the plan concept and approvals. Four zones with seven criteria were adopted by ordinance on December 10, 2020.
Artist Stephen Gamson's Latest Work "Mask Up" for Safe + Secure Campaign
MHCP COLAB brought in artist Stephen Gamson to produce art work "Mask Up" for Nuvo Suite's Safe + Secure campaign to provide a safe living space for front-line responders and displaced residents affected by COVID.
West Palm Beach Pop-ups Tactical Urbanism Permitting During a Pandemic Featured in Florida Planning
MHCP COLAB develops process for approving temporary activation projects in West Palm Beach in a multi-departmental collaborative effort which helped their Downtown Development Authority pivot to expand outdoor dining following the March lockdown.
MHCP COLAB Completes Bicycle + Pedestrian Recommendations for Gainesville Urbanized Area
MHCP COLAB developed the bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure needs assessment and recommendations for Gainesville Urbanized Area's 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan as a subconsultant to the Corradino Group. The plan includes protected bike lanes and an improved sidewalk network.
Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor Environmental Assessment
Firm principal, Melissa Hege was lead writer and investigator for this inventory and assessment to protect cultural and natural resources from growing development pressures from Boston and high levels of toxins from early industrial activity on this old mill river.