Presented by Untapped Cities’ partnership with Archotber
Attend a panel discussion on the future of Governors Island organized by the Trust for Governor’s Island at the Center for Architecture. Michael Samuelian, President of the Trust for Governors Island and Amy Plitt, Editor of Curbed NY will discuss the future of this unique resource for the City and the vision for a year-round, 24/7 Governors Island. This panel discussion is part of Archtober, a month long series of events celebrating design and architecture all over New York City. If you are an Untapped Cities Insider you can join this event for free! Not an insider? Become a member today and access free behind-the-scenes tours and events in New York City all year long!
DATE: Friday, October 19th, 6:00PM–8:00PM
CAPACITY: 15 guests. Spots allocated on a first come, first served basis.
REGISTRATION: Friday, October 5th at 12PM EST
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A former military base virtually unknown to New Yorkers for nearly two centuries, Governors Island has been activated into a beloved seasonal destination for recreation, arts, culture, learning and play with a new, resilient-designed park overlooking the Harbor. With a park nearly complete and destination appeal, the Island is moving into the next chapter of it’s transformation, with the activation of 1.5M square feet of historic buildings, and a new planning framework for development of up to 4.5M square feet of new education, research and cultural facilities on the Island’s Southern half.
Photograph Courtesy of the Center for Architecture
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