Ben Schulman is a writer and editor based in New York’s Hudson River Valley. His work focuses on architecture, urban planning and policy, and has appeared in The Atlantic's CityLab, ARCHITECT Magazine, Belt Magazine, ICON Magazine, Metropolis Magazine, New Geography, and Streetsblog, among numerous others. 

Previously, Ben was the editor of Chicago Architect magazine, and the Design section of the weekly, Newcity Chicago. He co-hosted the podcast, "A Lot You Got to Holler," on architecture, design and urbanism. Once the communications director for the urban think-tank, the Congress for the New Urbanism, he currently works with Small Change, a real estate equity crowdfunding platform dedicated to building better cities.

When not singing cities, Ben heads the The Newburgh Packet, a non-profit organization that seeds projects that catalog the historic and cultural heft of Newburgh, NY and its environs.


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