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Real estate and design summit, “City of Tomorrow,” comes to Upper East Side

The 92nd Street Y will host a two-day conference with the biggest names in real estate, interior design, and more

Douglas Elliman

As we all know, New York City’s skyline is constantly changing thanks to the increasing number of new buildings rising at any given point in time. Some neighborhoods have transformed from culturally unique spaces to gentrified Manhattan-like areas and property values are always on the rise somewhere. If you’ve ever wondered how this will affect the future of the city, 92nd Street Y and Hundred Stories is presenting a summit, entitled “City of Tomorrow,” that will open up discussions on architecture, design, and real estate in New York.

Big names like Harry Macklowe and Ian Schrager will host discussions on topics like “Building the New New York” while panel presentations on interior design help you incorporate wellness and sustainability into your space. Lowline park creator James Ramsey will be a part of the weekend line-up to discuss adaptive reuse and Curbed’s own Amy Plitt will be part of a panel discussion on residential buildings that are taking taking the “lifestyle” concept to another level by acting as an extension of one’s professional pursuits.

“City of Tomorrow” is being held at the 92nd Street Y on Friday, February 3rd and Saturday, February 4th. Check out the full line-up and register for events here.