Urban design is many times seen as permanent infrastructure or large scale installations to alter a cities fabric; however, in many cases its a much invasive more sensitive act that transforms, activates, and even revitalizes urban space. Looking specifically at how to activate under utilized waterfront spaces one day food events are analyzed and dissected to see their impact on a lot and what is required to achieve this activation. Looking at 2 already established and successful examples in Brooklyn a corridor is developed to activate the East River waterfront and create an outlet for borough exploration and spur small business growth and culture exposure through the ethnic diversities of both people and cuisine in New York City.

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