Bristol Rising: 2010-12-23 Common Ground Attracting the Talent
“What does the market want? That’s where crowdsourcing comes in,” says Brandon Palanker, director of new business development at Renaissance Downtowns, the New York firm chosen to lead the Bristol project.
Bristol Rising: 2010-12-15 The Bristol Press Bristol Rising draws non-geek enthusiasm
Bristol Rising, open to anyone with an interest in the downtown Bristol project now in the planning stages with Long Island developer Renaissance Downtowns, does most of its work online but holds monthly meetings in public places so people can get together, brainstorm and talk.
Bristol Rising: 2010-12-07 The Bristol Press City’s ‘Rising’ group to meet in traditional way
Bristol meet up with video explanation of Crowdsourced Placemaking
Bristol Rising: 2010-11-16 The Bristol Press Website allows Bristol residents to give input for city developments
With help from a Washington, D.C., technology consultant, Renaissance Downtowns is trying to build a group of supporters for the downtown Bristol project who congregate in person, but also in a new online format called crowdsourcing.
Bristol Rising: 2010-10-22 The Bristol Press A new ‘Renaissance’ starts in Bristol
Work toward a new city downtown is increasingly — and impressively — being done by Renaissance Downtowns, said the chairman of the agency overseeing the project.
Bristol Rising: 2010-09-23 The Bristol Observer Renaissance Downtowns cuts ribbon for office
Mayor Art Ward said, given the economic times, the city is very fortunate to have a developer who’s not only committed to the project, but committed to the city.
Bristol Rising: 2010-06-04 The Bristol Observer City, developer sign agreement for downtown
I think it’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for. Said Mayor Art Ward.