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City of Tomorrow:
Real Estate, Architecture & Design Summit
January 26 & 27, 2018
A Production by 92Y and Hundred Stories
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From “supertalls” to floating parks: Today’s pioneering real estate developers, architects and interior design innovators convened for a first-of-its-kind, two-day conference exploring new departures, trends and initiatives for the NYC landscape.
Friday, January 26, 5–8 pm
Kaufmann Concert Hall
  • 5 pm

    New York Titans Talk: Real Estate Developers on Sharing the Skyline

  • 6:30 pm

    Building Culture: Architects on the Social and Cultural Impact of their Work

Saturday, January 27, 10 am–7 pm

The New York Series

Weill Art Gallery

Lead developers and creative minds discuss timely NYC-centric topics such as: renovations of landmarks like Penn Station, Grand Central Station and Lincoln Center; changing neighborhoods and migrating hotspots; and the intersection of restauranteurs and real estate.

  • 10 am

    What's Old is New: Penn Station, Grand Central Station and Lincoln Center

  • 11 am

    Making places: Neighborhoods, Hotspots and new destinations gravitating/migrating Upper East Side, Lower East Side, and far West

  • 12 pm

    Lunch

  • 2 pm

    Restauranteurs meet Real Estate

  • 3 pm

    Then and Now: Preserving our treasured buildings

NYC Escapes

Room S104

Considering the purchase of a vacation home or investment property in the Hamptons, Upstate NY, South Florida, the West or beyond? Learn from the experts how to navigate these second home markets in this series of panel discussions.

  • 10 am

    Hamptons

  • 11 am

    Aspen/West of the Mississippi

  • 12 pm

    International

  • 2 pm

    Upstate

  • 3 pm

    South Florida

Finance & Tech

Room S101

In these panel discussions and workshops focused on technology and finance, get insiders views of the latest in home trends and technology from artificial intelligence in your appliances to innovations in sustainability and micro houses, and get expert financial advice on investing or divesting.

  • 10 am

    Investing/Divesting

  • 11 am

    Down-sizing/Micro Homes

  • 12 pm

    Innovations in Sustainability

  • 2 pm

    Smart Homes

  • 3 pm

    Innovations in Sustainability

The Design Room

Room S102/103

Within this venue we'll be delving into design topics. We'll shed light on the latest and greatest methods of bringing wellness and respite into your space by utilizing design techniques like Feng Shui and crystal therapy; the best of kitchen and bath design; how to work with an artisan or artist to create something special for your space; and how to play with pattern and texture to enliven your interior.

  • 10 am

    New Ages isn’t for Hippies

  • 11 am

    Crafts vs. Art vs. Design

  • 12 pm

    Best of Kitchen and Bath

  • 2 pm

    Classic vs. Modern

  • 3 pm

    Pattern, Prints and Textiles

Ask the Experts

Room S252

In this interactive series of roundtable discussions, experts explore, explain and guide you through such topics as how to stage your home, curate an art collection and commission original works by artisans and craftspeople.

  • 10 am

    Cathy Hobbs-Staging

  • 11 am

    Kipton Kronkite

Interior Design Keynote: Top Tastemakers Talk Design from the Classic to the Avant Garde

  • Kaufmann Concert Hall

    4:30 pm

Keep checking this page for updates on schedule and speakers!

Sponsorship Opportunities

Audience

  • Targeted 3,000 affluent and influential consumers, industry professionals and insiders, decision makers and media
  • Including 92Y’s patrons of the arts and world-renowned 92Y nursery school community
  • 100K+ active 92Y On Demand subscribers in 225+ countries and territories

Digital Campaigns

  • Incorporate your logo in targeted email blast to 92Y patrons and social media posts (230,000+ reach)
  • Position your logo on the summit webpage with other industry leaders

Brand Positioning on Site

  • Billboard posted on highly trafficked Lexington Avenue directly outside 92Y reaching more than 300,000 annual visitors and general public
  • Marquee poster outside 92Y and onsite signage
  • Email and in-mail event invite
  • Plasma screen TVs and pre-event slides
  • Advertisement in conference program both full and half page
  • Create and produce tote bags for distribution to all event attendees
  • Onsite sampling, product giveaways, visitor research and product display

For more information on sponsorship levels or customized packages please email.