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Broadway on Air

When the grid fractures, an orphan plot is born. These awkwardly shaped plots with inconvenient square footage are usually met with disinterest from both the city and private developers, leading to under-utilization and disrepair. Broadway on Air thus looks at how public air rights can be surgically utilized in conjunction with private air rights to create community-based architecture that is flexible and caters to the needs of the neighborhood.