Join urbanist and preservationist Adrian Untermyer as he discusses his plan to fix North America’s busiest train station.
This is part of a series of talks and a small exhibition honoring George McAneny, around his 150th birthday. McAneny was New York’s leading advocate for planning and preservation in the early 20th century. A former president of the regional Plan Association, he helped to create the National Trust for Historic Preservation. McAneny was also a Manhattan Borough President and his efforts lead to the preservation of sites such as Federal Hall, Castle Clinton, the Battery and New York City Hall.
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