Win a pair of tickets to the 92Y’s starchitect-studded ‘City of Tomorrow’ Summit

Posted On Tue, January 16, 2018 By

Posted On Tue, January 16, 2018 By In Events, Features, Giveaways

Image via Clouds Architecture Office, Analemma, 2017

After a highly successful inaugural year, the 92nd Y and Hundred Stories PR has announced the return of “City of Tomorrow: Real Estate, Architecture & Design Summit.” The two-day conference brings together today’s foremost architects, real estate developers, and design innovators to “explore new departures, trends, and initiatives for the NYC landscape.” This year’s 50+ speaker lineup includes architects such as Robert A.M. SternDaniel Libeskind, and Billie Tsien, interior designers Anthony Baratta, Ken Fulk, and Ghislaine Viñas, and developers Ziel Feldman of HFZ Capital Group and Ken Horn of Alchemy Properties. The group will discuss everything from adaptive reuse to the future of Penn Station and will provide a first-hand account of some of NYC’s most anticipated projects, including Hudson Yards’ sculpture The Vessel, the Lowline, and Pier 17.

6sqft has teamed up with the 92nd Y and Hundred Stories to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to the conference–worth $200!

“City of Tomorrow: Real Estate, Architecture & Design Summit” will take place Friday, January 26th from 5-8:00pm and Saturday, January 27th from 10:30am-5:30pm at the 92nd Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue (at 92nd Street). Tickets start at $50 each. For more information and to register, click here.

To enter the giveaway, simply join 6sqft’s email list. We’ll announce the winners on Friday, January 19th.


Lead image: The future is in the sky. Analemma Tower, as conceptualized by Clouds Architecture Office, is a proposal for the world’s tallest building and its suspension from a space-based foundation over Dubai.

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