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Archive for December, 2010

Highlights for 2010: Year in Review

As 2010 comes to a close, we take a look at some notable planning, preservation and livability developments of the past year that will shape the future of our city. Enjoy! In late February, the transformation of the James A. Farley Post Office to Moynihan Station took a massive step forward Continue Reading>>

MAS Newsletter Now Available

Temple Emanu-ElThe MAS calendar and newsletter is hitting mailboxes across the city right now—just in time for the New Year. Download the calendar online and stay up-to-date with MAS. If you would like to receive a hardcopy of the newsletter, consider becoming a MAS member. In addition to receiving our newsletter and calendar, you will also receive special discounts on our tours, panels and conferences, as well as invitations to members-only events. To join MAS, visit MAS thanks the Liman Foundation for its ongoing support of our newsletter.

Audit Finds MAS Finances Strong

MAS Summit - Vin Cipolla MAS today released audited financial statements for the fiscal year ending March 30, 2010 that showed significant improvement in annual operating performance and a doubling of invested endowment funds. The audit found that MAS increased its net assets by 83 percent, from $8.4 million to $15.4 million. Continue Reading>>

This Week’s Highlights: December 17

Queensboro Bridge - Photo by Nadia ChaudhuryEach week we will bring you news on issues related to New York City’s livability. Feel free to comment or post a link to other interesting articles about our city. The Queensboro Bridge and the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel will be renamed in honor of former New York government officials – the first after former Mayor Edward Koch and the second after former Governor Hugh Carey. Continue Reading>>

MAS Calls for Emergency Repairs to Admirals Row

admirals-row-historic-building-b-brooklyn-new-yorkThe Municipal Art Society and The New York Landmarks Conservancy today called on the U.S. Army National Guard Bureau to take immediate action to stabilize two of the most historically significant buildings at the Admirals Row site of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The buildings remain endangered despite the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation’s recently released plans to retain and restore them. Continue Reading>>