Amy Breedlove

2020 Fall Fellow
Amy Breedlove is an activist and advocate for a better built environment and public space in South Brooklyn with a focus on the BQE / I278 corridor and the Port Authority NYNJ waterfront. She has worked with the City of New York, elected officials, city agencies, civic organizations, advocacy groups and subject matter experts to advance discourse and policy, while striving for comprehensive solutions. She is the former president of the Cobble Hill Association and currently serves as a Commissioner on the NYC Civic Engagement Commission.


From Hacking to Housing
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2020 Fall Fellowship
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BQE 2053 Exhibit
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2020 Fall Fellows

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Institute for Public Architecture

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