Beyond the classroom, the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate produces a full calendar of activities that compliments the formal curriculum. Senior-level practitioners — including many alumni — come to campus as event participants, speakers, panelists, and mentors, providing the Columbia Business School community with exceptional opportunities to gain in-depth insight into the real estate industry.
Ada Louise Huxtable and the Shape of New York
Panel discussion at the Museum of the City of New York exploring the role of pioneering architectural critic Ada Louise Huxtable (1921–2013) in the evolution of New York’s built environment. Huxtable left an indelible mark on the shape of postwar New York. Her thinking about the city inspired and challenged generations of architects, planners, developers, and critics. Moderator: Hilary Ballon, Professor of Urban Studies and Architecture, New York University. Panelists: Michael Sorkin, architectural critic and author; Stanton Eckstut, Principal at Perkins Eastman Architects; Donald Elliott, Chairman of the City Planning Commission under Mayor John V. Lindsay; and Lynne B. Sagalyn, Earle W. Kazis and Benjamin Schore Professor of Real Estate, Director, MBA Real Estate Program and Director, Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate, Columbia University.