Watch this short video recapping the Aspirations and Inspirations: Imagining the Buffalo Waterfront event.
This two day event, hosted by Buffalo Historian and Activist Mark Goldman, was an in-depth discussion about how land use decisions and creativity could transform the waterfront of Buffalo, NY into a vibrant and sustainable mixed use public space. Leading this discussion was Fred Kent, the founder and director of Project for Public Spaces ( WWW.PPS.ORG ) and Tony Goldman, the founder and CEO of the Goldman Properties Company ( WWW.GOLDMANPROPERTIES.COM ).
The goal of the weekend was to bring various creative community members together to discuss ideas about the development of Buffalo's waterfront. The hope was to send a message to the waterfront development decision makers. Residents want a creative and strategic plan for the development of our waterfront.
Please watch and share this short video from the weekend.
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Director & Editor: Nathan Peracciny (WWW.PERACCINY.COM)
Cinematographer & 2nd Editor: Matthew Quinn
Additional Footage Provided By: John Paget (WWW.PAGETFILMS.COM)