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Guided tours of significant buildings in New York City and the Tri-State area are organized by AIA New York Program Committees.

Led by architects, these intimate tours offer greater detail about a given site or building including its initial design and construction. Building tours are an opportunity to see inside some of the city’s most notable new projects and important historical sites that have made a sustained impact on the built environment.

Recent sites have included a tour of the Park Avenue Armory led by its restoration team; Congregation Beit Simchat Torah led by Stephen Cassell of Architecture Research Office; a private tour of NYC’s City Hall led by Richard Southwick of Beyer Blinder Belle; the Cary Leeds Tennis Center led by Peter Gluck of Gluck+; and the East Hampton Library and Guild Hall of East Hampton led by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and LHSA+DP.

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Upcoming Building Tours

Sat, Apr 27 1:00 pm

Project Tour: City Tech

2.5 LU
Member: Free
Student with Valid ID: Free
General Public: Free

Please join AIANY Women in Architecture Committee on a tour of City Tech, a new facility for the New York College of Technology in Brooklyn, NY. The tour will be led by committee member, Mindy No, Associate Principal at Perkins Eastman. The building is a 365,000 GSF academic complex in Downtown Brooklyn that significantly alters the face of City Tech, creating a new campus gateway along Jay Street and enhancing the surrounding urban context. The new academic building is an integral component of the emerging Brooklyn Tech Triangle, contributing to the revitalization of Downtown Brooklyn. The building design complements the local context, creates a new identity for the College, and is environmentally responsible, achieving LEED Gold certification using sustainable strategies such as high-performance glazing, energy efficiency, water use reduction, maximum daylighting, and material selections.

The tour is limited to 30 attendees. For more information on the project see here.

Mindy No, AIA, Associate Principal, Perkins Eastman

Meeting Point (1:00 PM):
City Tech Lobby
285 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

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