New York’s extraordinary public infrastructure – housing, transit, and parks – are threatened by decades of disinvestment and shifting national priorities. How can New York City reinvest and rethink these institutions for future generations?

Join us on September 26 for dinner and debate on how New York City should sustain its public realm.

Recognizing that any major civic effort requires coordination between the public, private and philanthropic sectors, we welcome three luminaries to discuss new approaches for reinvesting and rethinking the urban environment for future generations: Daniel Biederman, Rasmia Kirmani-Frye and Mitchell Silver.


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Forum Dinners gather 60 to 80 invited guests to partake in a single conversation over dinner. Tickets include dinner and cocktails and may be purchased online or by calling 718-663-8478.

$250 – Fellows
$125 – Young Fellows
$750 – Half-Table
$1,500 – Table

Purchase tickets here


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Partner & Partners