Yale University, BA, 1942
Yale University School of Law, LLB, 1947
BOSTON REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Development Administrator, 1960-1967
Under Mr. Logue's direction, the BRA undertook the
largest urban renewal program in the United States
leading to the rebirth of Boston after almost 40
years of disinvestments. Emphasizing rehabilitation,
planning with local communities, and neighborhood
preservation, it included downtown projects such
as Government Center, the Prudential Center, Faneuil
Hall Marketplace, and the Central Business District,
as well as major neighborhood rehabilitation/renewal
projects in Washington Park in Roxbury, the South
End, Charlestown, and the South Cove. During that
period, the BRA also produced the 1965-1975 Comprehensive
Plan for Boston, a new zoning ordinance, and the
City's first capital budget.
NEW YORK STATE URBAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
President and Chief Executive Officer, 1968-1975
Was responsible for building 33,000 units of affordable
housing in 27 cities and towns across the state.
The UDC developed three new towns, including Roosevelt
Island in the East River between Manhattan and Queens.
The Island is connected to the city by the world's
first urban aerial tramway.
SOUTH BRONX DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
Pioneered the concept of affordable home ownership
in the South Bronx and the City in general.
CITY OF NEW HAVEN, CT
Mr. Logue worked with Mayor Dick Lee, establishing
what became the nation's first anti-poverty program,
Community Progress, Inc.
LOGUE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
Planning, development and project management consulting
firm based on Martha's Vineyard.
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