Open Space Dialogues: From Vacant to Vibrant

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The Center for New York City Law

New York Law School

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Presenters

Dan Barasch, Co-Founder and Executive Director, the Lowline

Bill LoSasso, Director of GreenThumb, NYC Parks

Michael Samuelian, President & CEO, The Trust for Governors Island

Respondents

Tony Hillery, Founder & Executive Director, Harlem Grown

Regina Myer, President, Downtown Brooklyn Partnership

Marlene Pantin, President & Founder, Red Hook Conservancy

Moderator

Jarrett Murphy, Executive Editor, City Limits


Open Space Dialogues: From Vacant to Vibrant

New York City is a metropolis that excels in reinvention, and that’s true for land as well. New Yorkers want - and deserve – local open spaces, and creative solutions exist to make vibrancy out of vacancy. This installment of the Open Space Dialogues explores the ways New Yorkers have, and want to, create nontraditional open spaces in unusual places, from a single lot or tunnel to entire neighborhoods and whole islands. Panelists will present and respond to examples from New York City's past, present, and future of creative open space creation.

  • How have New Yorkers created nontraditional open spaces throughout history?
  • How do we pay for and maintain nontraditional open spaces?
  • What are future ideas for nontraditional open spaces in New York City?


2018-2019 Open Space Dialogues

Open Space Dialogues: From Vacant to Vibrant is the second panel of the 2018-2019 Open Space Dialogues. Expect an evening of provocative presentations and discussion created by New Yorkers for Parks and New York Law School. This event is generously hosted by The Center for New York City Law and The Center for Public Impact Law at New York Law School.


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New York, NY 10013

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