What's Next for Bloomberg Admin's Star Planners?

Janette Sadik-Khan and Amanda Burden have been among the most visible proponents, and benefactors, of the progressive planning initiatives that've transformed New York City over the last decade. They'll take on the post-Bloomberg transition together.
July 22, 2013, 11am PDT | Jonathan Nettler | @nettsj
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"The city's transportation chief, Janette Sadik-Khan, and planning czar, Amanda Burden, are close friends who share a passion for creating vibrant, sustainable cities," writes Andrew J. Hawkins. "And when the Bloomberg administration draws to a close this year, the powerful pair could go into business together, spreading their brand of urban planning across the globe."

"Several former Bloomberg administration sources confirmed that the two have been in discussions about forming their own urban-planning policy institute, either as an offshoot of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's foundation or as a stand-alone entity. Another source said they were angling to open a global consulting firm."

"'The Bloomberg moniker is one of the most desirable brands to have on your résumé,' said Mitchell Moss, a professor of urban policy at New York University who has informally advised the mayor."

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Published on Sunday, July 21, 2013 in Crain's New York Business
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