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Open House New York Conversations on the City

Wednesday, Jun 3, 2020

DATE & TIME
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
4:00PM to 4:45PM

DESCRIPTION
Join OHNY and Kate Ascher for a live virtual conversation on systems. Kate Ascher is a leader in infrastructure, transportation, economic development and real estate in New York and London. She currently is leading several large planning projects on behalf of BuroHappold's Cities Group, which specializes in sustainable urban development.

She typically works at the intersection of public and private sectors, planning and implementing urban infrastructure and development projects involving major financial, regulatory, organizational and political hurdles. Back in 2005, the Sallan Foundation hosted a Municipal Art Society of New York forum with Ascher, the first in a series of panels addressing high performance buildings.

She currently serves as the Milstein Professor of Urban Development at Columbia University, where she teaches real estate, architecture, infrastructure, and urban planning courses. She is also the author of several books on urban infrastructure and the delivery of municipal services, as well as co-author of New York Rising (Monacelli Press, 2018), an illustrated anthology of New York City's real estate and development history.

AIA CES: 1 LU | HSW
Open House New York is an AIA CEU Provider and AIA members can receive 1 LU|HSW for participating in this program. If you are an AIA member and would like to receive credit, please confirm your AIA number:

RESERVATIONS
This conversation is free and open to the public and will be hosted live on GoToWebinar. Register today to receive an access link to the live webinar and to be notified once a recording is available after the event.

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