Mark Your Calendar! "The Future of New York's Skyline" - January 20th, 2016.
January 4, 2016
The calendar has turned and any new years resolutions that have been set (or not set) are in full force. The time is now.
Although a new year usually invites us to contemplate how the previous year flew by so quickly, as another year begins, it's sometimes nice to stretch out what the future holds beyond the next 365 days.
By now you've certainly spotted the luxury condo that's claimed its position as one of the City's tallest buildings: 432 Park Avenue. And perhaps, more likely than not, you've heard more than a few whisperings regarding the forthcoming giants that will gradually begin accompanying 432 Park Avenue and forever change New York City's skyline.
While some people are excited by the changes, and others have their concerns ––– particularly, regarding the shadows that these buildings will cast over Central Park ––– no matter where you stand on the future of the the City's skyline, you'll have a chance to gather a great deal of interesting, exciting, and engaging information regarding the topic at the 92nd Street Y from 7:30pm-9:00pm on Wednesday, January 20th, 2016. More details can be found below, and of course, we'd love to meet you there.
The biggest names impacting New York’s skyline — from Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Meier to Bjarke Ingels, whose firm was chosen to design Two World Trade Center and Annabelle Selldorf, known for her timeless work on NYC museums, libraries and historic renovations, and Rick Cook, a leader in environmentally responsible, high-performance buildings — come together to discuss the projects that now epitomize the city, the ever-evolving real estate market and what’s next for New York’s neighborhoods.