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On Friday, August 16th, Resource Furniture marked the last month of the Making Room exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York with an exciting event: dinner for 8 served in the LaunchPad micro-unit! And their handy time-lapse camera was hiding out to capture the entire evening in under 2 minutes…Watch here!… Read more…
We were delighted to celebrate our 54th Annual Luncheon on Thursday April 4 with so many wonderful colleagues! Our extraordinary honorees moved us all with thoughtful speeches connecting the work of the housing and planning industry with improvements to the lives of our population and a better future for NYC’s communities.
In case anyone had missed all the media coverage, Executive Director Jerilyn Perine updated the audience on CHPC’s busy year. HPD Commissioner Mathew Wambua made an exciting announcement extending the adAPT NYC Competition to a number of new sites in the city over the summer. And mayoral candidate Joe … Read more…
On Wednesday, April 25, we hosted the CHPC 75th Anniversary Luncheon at the Marriot Marquis Times Square. We were thrilled to celebrate 75 Years of Innovation and Impact by honoring those whose work in the housing and urban planning field continue to inspire and greatly impact our communities.
We were hugely honored to welcome the 108th Mayor of the City of New York, Michael R. Bloomberg, who gave special remarks on “the indispensable advocacy and leadership of CHPC”, and cited the importance of an array of our projects through the decades, including our current Making Room initiative!
The board and … Read more…
The annual Ratensky Lecture was initiated by the AIA New York Chapter Housing Committee in honor of Samuel Ratensky (1910-1972), an architect and housing official who was responsible for major housing initiatives in the city from 1946 to 1972, and who served as a mentor to the many architects who worked in his programs. The lecture series honors individuals who, like Sam Ratensky, have made significant lifetime contributions to the advancement of housing and community design.
And this year, we were delighted that our Executive Director, Jerilyn Perine, was invited to give a lecture based on her work as … Read more…
The Making Room Design Showcase and Symposium was a tremendous success! Participants and attendees alike were energized by the possibilities for expanding housing types presented, and the potential for substantive change in the City’s housing regulations. Making Room is also generating a lot of attention from the press. Please visit our Facebook page for updates on the most current coverage. Making Room is the latest phase in CHPC’s ongoing examination of the mismatch between New York’s population and its available housing stock. The design showcase brought together five highly respected architects to present their ideas for reshaping NYC’s housing stock to better meet the needs of diverse 21st century households.
Urban Omnibus is an online project of the Architectural League of New York; CHPC partners in the upcoming Making Room Design Challenge & Showcase Event. The Omnibus features multi-media content to showcase design innovation, critical analysis and local expertise across a broad range of topics and locales, creating bridges between various communities of interest.
And this month, they have made a video all about Making Room! It features Jerilyn Perine, CHPC board member Matt Blesso and a number of other housing, architecture and community development leaders, as well as items from the CHPC Marian Sameth & Ruth Dickler Archival … Read more…
Our Current Initiatives
Upcoming CHPC Events
- Special Guests at our Luncheon! April 30, 2014 Annual Luncheon, Events
- The 1951 Slum Clearance Plan for Lenox Terrace Archival Library, Gems from the Archives
- Left in the Wake Uncategorized
- CHPC Rent Control Reform Ideas From 1977 Gems from the Archives
- CHPC Testifies at City Council Hearing on Sandy Recovery Hurricane Response, Public Testimony