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Transforming an abandoned rail yard into an ecological jewel, a cultural magnet, and a connected community asset for a rapidly growing region

Following a 2015 Downtown Raleigh Experience Plan, Sasaki’s landscape architects, planners, engineers, and architects engaged with city government and Raleigh residents to reimagine this historic gathering place

Press Release: Greenwood Park master plan approved; moving forward with unprecedented design-led investment benefiting North Baton Rouge and the greater city and region

Recasting an industrial and underutilized waterfront into a bustling urban destination through a feat of design and engineering

An unlikely source of public realm activation in Boston's Seaport comes from a totally new take on the office tower—a departure from the glass box, at long last

Sasaki principal Mark Dawson discussed qualities of resilient communities alongside fellow members of American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and the Environmental & Energy Study Institute (EESI), a Congress-created independent non-profit

A previously inaccessible industrial port is transformed through design intervention into a place meant for people, where a community can meet the water’s edge

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