September 14, 2016
Urban Land, the magazine produced by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) published an article earlier this month called “Rising Tides: Designing Resilient Amenities for Coastal Cities.” The article featured a project that Great Ecology helped support, the Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park, Phase 2. A variety of design features were used to make this park—and the properties nearby—more resilient, including living shorelines, which Great Ecology designed. Stormwater runoff is filtered through the living shorelines and bioswales before entering the East River.
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