It’s not right to put water before people and then keep them away from it.”
- William H. Whyte
Seafronts, riverfronts and lakefronts that were the shipping and industrial birthplace of many cities remain prime locations. Reimagining a waterfront as a multi-use public gathering place is a golden opportunity for a city to redefine itself.
Creating a vibrant waterfront means making it a part of a larger network of community places. From Capetown to San Diego to Memphis, PPS works with cities to layer activities into a vision for a waterfront that is greater than the sum of its uses. LEARN MORE