FEATURING:

ROBIN ABRAMS

Executive VP, The Lansco Corporation

MICHAEL ARAD AIA

Partner, Handel Architects LLP

JOHN BAYLES

Editor, Downtown Express

RICK BELL FAIA

Executive Director, AIANY

ROBERT W. BURCHELL PhD

Director, Center For Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University

BOB DUCIBELLA

Principal, Ducibella, Venter & Santoren

CRAIG DYKERS

AIA MNAL, Snohetta

BRUCE FOWLE FAIA

Senior Partner, FXFOWLE Architects LLP

ALEX GARVIN

Senior Principal, Alexander Garvin & Associates, Inc.

PAUL GOLDBERGER

Architecture Critic, The New Yorker

ERNEST W. HUTTON FAICP ASSOC AIA

Hutton Associates Inc./Planning Interaction

ROBERT IVY FAIA

EVP/Chief Executive Officer, American Institute of Architects

CATHLEEN MCGUIGAN

Editor in Chief, Architectural Record

DANIEL LIEBESKIND

AIA, Principal, Studio Daniel Liebeskind

JULIE MENIN

Chair, Community Board 1, Lower Manhattan

SAM MILLER

President Lower Manhattan Cultural Council

JACK S. NYMAN

Director, The Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute

SAM SCHWARTZ PE

Principal, Sam Schwartz Engineering

DONNA WALCAVAGE ASLA

Principal, AECOM Design + Planning

Lower Manhattan Rising

Looking Toward 9/11/2021

September 8, 2011
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

SUBJECT: In the ten years since the disaster of 9/11, the rebuilding of the World Trade Center has been an ongoing effort of a number of government agencies, private development participants and civic organizations.

EVENING RECEPTION:
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. TBA

EVENT LOCATION:

Center for Architecture
536 LaGuardia Place

Event Registration:

With an impressive panel of skilled professionals who helped plan, design, create and/or develop the new World Trade Center site and its surrounding context, this conference will look to the promising future of the emerging Lower Manhattan and the economic, community, development, and cultural implications of its continued growth.

In the ten years since the disaster of 9/11, the rebuilding of the World Trade Center has been an ongoing effort of a number of government agencies, private development participants and civic organizations. Especially over the last 18-24 months, much has been accomplished about which the general public is not aware - key design decisions, major infrastructure, foundation, below grade construction, memorial plaza and museum construction – and now as buildings 1 and 4 are emerging from the ground, the shape of the final complex is beginning to be apparent.

Looking forward, not backward, this day-long open presentation and discussion is a culmination of a series of New York New Visions sponsored events focused on Lower Manhattan. Join this opportunity to look beyond the current status of development to what are remaining issues and what 9/11/2021 will promise.