LAST DAY to Win a Free Pass to the New York Times Cities for Tomorrow Conference (Worth $595!)

Posted On Fri, July 10, 2015 By

Posted On Fri, July 10, 2015 By In Architecture, Events, Features, Giveaways, real estate trends, Urban Design

Cities for Tomorrow is back again for its second year, and we’ve teamed up with the New York Times to give one lucky 6sqft reader a free pass (worth $595!) to the event taking place July 20th–21st in Midtown Manhattan. Join leaders in the real estate, architecture and urban planning fields such as New York City’s police commissioner, William Bratton, Bloomberg’s Daniel Doctoroff, SPUR’s Allison Arieff, starchitect Bjarke Ingels, and Related’s Stephen Ross as they discuss the challenges facing the globe’s infrastructure and transportation systems. The goal of the Cities for Tomorrow conference is to provide a forum for industry leaders to spark new ideas, relationships and opportunities as they present their expertise in the arts, design, economic development, new tech businesses, income inequality, education and health in a collaborative environment.

HOW TO ENTER: All you have to do is sign up for our newsletter here. If you’ve already signed up, simply leave a comment below telling us what topic off this year’s agenda interests you the most. The deadline to enter is 11:59PM, Sunday, July 12th, and we will email the winner on Monday, July 13th. Good luck!

Those interested in purchasing a ticket can also do so by requesting an invitation through NYTCitiesForTomorrow.com. Enter the 6sqft code CFTSQ20 for 20 percent off the admission price.

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  • Headley Duncan (hgd718)

    wouldn’t mind checking this out

  • maria

    Data-Mining the Modern City looks fascinating

  • Joycie Girl

    I am extremely interested in environmental issues: the over-building of NYC.How will the city handle the water crisis? Will we have enough water for the increased population?

  • safeenaleila

    Really interested in how data and tech play a role in making cities more responsive and effective.

  • Francisco Silva

    Green buildings.

  • Jonce Walker

    Very interested in Ecosystems Services in urban areas.

  • Michael PZ

    “Getting around in the 21st century” espepcially interested in to hear what Janette has to say about DOT’s current initiatives.

  • Emma Belcher

    “Getting around in the 21st century” – As a commuter and New Yorker, I’m particularly interested in this as to really where we go from here. The city seems to be at a breaking point an a crossroads. Anyone who travels around frequently in NYC and other cities can see it is sorely in need of help in comparison to other major international metros.

  • Kassandra Fieber

    Getting around in the 21st century

  • Tim Keating

    I’d like to hear what folks have to say about “The Resilience Dividend”, given that we’re seeing interest in micro-grids, reduction of energy consumption and other interest that can have an overlapping effect on reducing carbon dioxide and methane emissions.

  • Eric R.

    Data-mining 100%. I

  • cris

    the intersection of the arts and economic development, income and inequality, gentrification, etc…

  • Social resilience – I.e. infrastructural improvements that increase economic stability/mobility for existing residents

  • Really interested in Ecosystems Services in an urban context.

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