After a bustling, month-long residency at Chelsea Market, our WRITE program served a few last patrons before heading out onto the streets for the rest of summer. WRITE is being developed with Therese Cox, a Heyman Center Public Humanities Fellow at Columbia University. Thanks to our host Chelsea Market for hosting DRAW and now WRITE in Chelsea Local. Scroll down to look back at blog posts from our deployments here during 2019.
Look back at more of our deployments at Chelsea Market:
One Big Bench for the streets of NYC
Street Lab uses pop-up to bring New Yorkers together, sometimes with an idea as simple as a place to sit. Here’s One Big Bench, a modular, scalable approach to seating on Open Streets, created with support from NYC Dept. of Small Business Services. Designed by Street...
Apply to join Street Lab Teens!
Street Lab Teens offers New York City public high school students an opportunity to support and shape how Street Lab engages with communities across New York City. Teens work closely with Street Lab staff, helping to lead our Street Marker program throughout the...
Meet a Small Business on Fulton Street
On Saturday, April 1, Street Lab’s Meet a Small Business program landed on Fulton Street in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, to showcase local businesses in partnership with FAB Fulton. A new Street Lab-designed cart made its debut, stopping in front of three small businesses...
Read about Street Lab in New York Times
Street Lab has been been growing rapidly over the past decade as we’ve deepened our relationships with community partners across NYC, working together to activate streets and public spaces to bring New Yorkers together. Read all about it in the Times today.
Meet a Small Business is Street Lab’s newest pop-up
Street Lab's newest pop-up, Meet a Small Business, hits the street today. Our first local partner is FAB Fulton, with support from NYC Department of Small Business Services. Make a place for small business in NYC. Learn more here.
Street Lab launches Equipment Library for NYC Public Space
Street Lab has launched an Equipment Library for NYC Public Space—the city’s first. With support from NYC Dept. of Small Business Services and in-kind support from NYC Dept. of Transportation, community-based organizations can now borrow street furniture, equipment,...