Jonathan Bowles

Jonathan Bowles appears in the following:

How New York City Can Keep Its Artists

Monday, July 17, 2017

Despite rising rents and the difficulty of finding studio space, New York City is currently home to more artists than ever. How long will that last?

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Study Finds Publicly-Funded Libraries and Museums Too Expensive, Too Slow To Build

Monday, April 10, 2017

Neighborhoods lose out when construction stalls on cultural institutions. 

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Report: Our Infrastructure is Really Not Great

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Much of New York City's infrastructure, from subways to homeless shelters to hospitals, is in dire need of repair or upgrades. What's to be done?

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The Rising Number of Older Immigrants

Monday, July 29, 2013

New York City has the largest number of foreign-born immigrants of any city in the U.S., which presents specific challenges for the city. Jonathan Bowles, director of Center for an Urban Future, talks about the changing demographics of New York's older residents.

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Real Estate: A Tale of Two Art Scenes

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Every burgeoning art scene has one thing in common: low-cost real estate. Today, we’ll speak with Jonathan Bowles, director of the Center for an Urban Future, about the economic past, present, and future of New York’s art-driven neighborhoods. And, we’ll speak with Rebecca Mazzei, former arts editor of the Detroit Metro Times, about how the Motor City’s housing blight has created an art-friendly environment over the past several years. Plus: We want to hear from you: how has real estate impacted your art?

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Improving Street Fairs

Friday, July 02, 2010

It's street fair season. Jonathan Bowles, director of Center for an Urban Future, Suketu Mehta, New York-based journalist and author, and Stacey Sutton, assistant professor of Urban Planning at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, weigh in on how to improve the city's street fairs.

How would you improve street fairs? Or do you like them the way you are? Play street fair czar and tell us what changes you'd make!

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Help Wanted: Skills Recession

Monday, February 15, 2010

The Center for an Urban Future recently released a report about New Yorkers lacking the skills to compete in today's industry. The center's director, Jonathan Bowles and executive director of the Workplace Strategy Center Julian Alssid talk about the "skills recession" and a need to invest ...

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Hot Jobs

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Daily Beast staff reporter Clark Merrefield goes through which jobs are hot and which are not. Jonathan Bowles, director of New York City’s Center for an Urban Future, looks at the local job outlook.

If you’ve changed jobs because of industry trends, what new career did you pick? ...

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Area 51

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Jonathan Bowles and Tara Colton of the Center for an Urban Future discuss their new report on "51 Things the Obama Administration Should do for New York City."

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