Pilot: Midtown Manhattan - Madison Square Garden Relocation

             Partners: Manhattan Community Board 5 & PAU Partners

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The pilot allows residents and other city stakeholders to visualize through inCitu's mobile AR-app, the future of Madison Square Garden in its newly relocated space. This will allow inCitu and its partner Manhattan Community Board 5 to crowdsource public feedback on the proposed relocation.

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testimonials

"I've seen so much change here,
this is the first time someone
is asking me what I think."

"Of course I'll use this app, sharing my opinion is literally a click away"

- Lucy, traffic policewoman who has been working at the corner of 34th/7th for 29 years

- Michael, renter who lives near the site,
has never participated in planning process
before

"I've seen so much change here,
this is the first time someone
is asking me what I think."

"I've seen so much change here,
this is the first time someone
is asking me what I think."

DIVERSIFYING PARTICIPATION

Our pilot received responses from younger, more mixed-income, mixed-education level, more renters than classic respondents in the city planning process.
-  Lucy (traffic policewoman who has worked on 34th st/7th ave for the last 29 years)