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Forum at NYU Wagner on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in the New York Metropolitan Region

Forum at NYU Wagner on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in the New York Metropolitan Region

The NYU Wagner Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management in concert with The Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to the MTA will host a public forum on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in the New York metropolitan region on Wednesday, November 1 , 2006 from 8:30 am to 12:00pm. The forum will be held in the 2nd floor conference room of NYU Wagner, the Puck Building located at 295 Lafayette Street, New York City, New York. In an effort to foster productive dialogue, seating is limited. Please R.S.V.P. by October 25th to My Linh H. Nguyen-Novotny at mnn2@nyu.edu.

Fundraising Expert Naomi Levine Discusses “The Changing Nature of Jewish Philanthropy”

Fundraising Expert Naomi Levine Discusses “The Changing Nature of Jewish Philanthropy”

�The Changing Character of Jewish Philanthropy� was the subject of the inaugural Taub Lecture on the American Jewish Community delivered Tuesday October 29th by Mrs. Levine, until recently the NYU senior vice president for external affairs and the person credited with helping raise more than $2.5 billion in over 20 years service to the University.

Furman Center Co-Sponsors Affordable Housing Conference

Furman Center Co-Sponsors Affordable Housing Conference

FEBRUARY, 2002

On Thursday, February 7, 2002, NYU's Furman Center For Real Estate and Urban Policy co-sponsored a conference with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on "Policies to Promote Affordable Housing." Professors Ingrid Ellen and Amy Ellen Schwartz presented a paper entitled "The Role of Government in Providing Housing Assistance: New York City's Ten-Year Plan," co-authored with Professor Michael Schill and Research Fellow Ioan Voicu. Professor Schill presented another paper entitled, "The State of New York City's Housing and Neighborhoods: An Overview of Recent Trends" (co-authored with Furman Center Associate Director Glynis Daniels).

Furman Center Launches Housing and Neighborhoods Website

Furman Center Launches Housing and Neighborhoods Website

New York University's Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy is pleased to announce the launch of the New York City Housing and Neighborhood Information System (NYCHANIS), an interactive website that allows users to obtain data and information about New York City neighborhoods and create custom-made tables, charts, graphs, and maps. NYCHANIS is available for use at www.nychanis.com.

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