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What does the future of New York City look like?

Hear from Curbed NY editor Amy Plitt and architects like Annabelle Selldorf and Rafael Viñoly during a two-day summit at the 92nd Street Y

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How do we build a better New York City?

That’s the question more than 50 architects, city planners, designers, real estate developers, and restauranteurs will answer during the third-annual City of Tomorrow summit. The event, presented by Hundred Stories and 92Y, will take place on Friday, March 15, and Saturday, March 16, at the 92nd Street Y on the Upper East Side.

The lineup is set to include renowned architects Annabelle Selldorf and Rafael Viñoly, restaurateurs José Andrés and Thomas Keller, developer Steven Witkoff, interior designers Sheila Bridges and Carl D’Aquino, among others. See the full schedule of events here.

Plus, don’t miss Curbed NY’s own editor, Amy Plitt, who will moderate a panel about NYC’s neighborhoods. Joining her are Grant Long, senior economist at StreetEasy; Stephen Kliegerman, president of property development marketing at Halstead; and Kate Wittels of HR&A Advisors.

Get 20 percent off tickets now by using the code 92YCURBED.