Vision for plaza reminder of what’s possible

CHANGE IN STORE: Joe Haskett, senior associate at Union Studio Architecture and Community Design, is seen at Kennedy Plaza, which he says could be revitalized by design and programming. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
CHANGE IN STORE: Joe Haskett, senior associate at Union Studio Architecture and Community Design, is seen at Kennedy Plaza, which he says could be revitalized by design and programming. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
Kennedy Plaza often has a lot going on there, which is one of its strengths, and one of its greatest challenges. "There's always been this struggle. There's a lot that goes on in here. From a pedestrian standpoint, from a vehicular standpoint, from a transit standpoint and a wayside standpoint. It's got civic, private, public…

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