YARD & Company’s Neighborhood Playbook was given the Kentucky chapter of the American Planning Association’s 2019 Award for Outstanding Planning Tool last week at the organization’s annual spring conference.
YARD will be sharing its Opportunity Zone reinvestment experience and demand discovery approach with the Kentucky chapter of the American Planning Association.
Homebase has engaged YARD & Company to oversee the organization and creatively activate its new brand and mission.
Louisville and Cincinnati have a lot to share with each other and the world. This year’s CNU 27 in Louisville is a perfect venue for this exchange.
You are invited to join YARD & Company and BLDG for a meetup over food and the Neighborhood Playbook. We will share how your Main Street can use the Demand Discovery process to uncover new growth and investment potential. Participants will receive lunch and a copy of the Neighborhood Playbook. Space is limited to the first 20 registrants. We look forward to meeting you there!
Developers plan to use 4 acres at the northeast corner of Reading Road and Martin Luther King Drive to kick off what is expected to be a four-phase, $500 million mixed-use development.
In 2019, YARD co-launched a new privately-led infrastructure challenge called CONNECT.
YARD and Calfee Zoning are taking the stage at one of Ohio’s largest planning conferences to share ways smart regulation and development phaseology can work together to unlock extraordinary growth.
This ‘Giving Tuesday’ we are proud to announce that we will be supporting four nonprofit organizations that are uniquely effective at actively and inclusively growing cities and communities. The four groups listed below are full of energetic and results-driven individuals who collectively are changing how places can change.
YARD is excited to announce our move into the new Novel co-working space in Downtown Cincinnati! Novel, located in the historic Hooper building, is a perfect partner as they have locations across the country in many of the same cities where YARD is currently working.
YARD to join panel helping neighborhood leaders integrate placemaking into their community development work.
World Town Planning Day is celebrated in 30 countries on four continents each November. It is a special day to recognize and promote the role of planning in creating livable communities.
YARD to share our experience in two sessions: Creating the Best Blight-Fight Toolbox and Tools for Neighborhood Transformation.
YARD has been engaged to help think through the future of Covington’s City Hall and civic commons.
YARD & Company and Strong Towns to keynote Pennsylvania’s largest planning conference in Erie.
Join YARD & Company at one of the Midwest’s largest planning conferences.
YARD Partner Kevin Wright joins a panel of leaders to share ways historic neighborhoods that have been neglected and fallen into blighted conditions can begin growing again.
Join YARD & Company at one of the longest running placemaking conferences in the country.
The City of Loveland, Ohio, has engaged YARD & Company to complete a Strategic Downtown Development Plan. The plan will play an important role in shaping the future growth of the city's Historic Downtown District, how people move around it, and the way it meets its iconic riverfront.
YARD is excited to announce that we will be working with WestwoodWorks to implement a 36-month development strategy.
YARD is proud to be working in Covington, Kentucky, to build out the region’s first Open Streets project.
YARD has been hired by EDDC to use our Demand Discovery model to test assumptions in the master plan through low-risk initiatives like events, public art, programming and temporary modifications to public space and streets.
The Memphis Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) has engaged YARD to help develop a Master Plan for Uptown Memphis. The CRA will be investing $95 million in TIF over the next 14 years and wants to ensure that money is spent strategically and equitably, while ultimately creating sustainable and long-lasting change for the Uptown neighborhoods.