New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.
 New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project.

Panel Information
Moderator:
Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project.
Panelists:
Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street.
Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning.
Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines.
Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street.
Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for a premiere screening of Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street, and a panel discussion from key members of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panel Information Moderator: Matthew Kwatinetz, Executive Vice President, Asset Management Revenue, NYCEDC. NYCEDC’s Asset Management team oversees a portfolio of over 63 million square feet of space across the five boroughs, including the sites that were the focus of the 42nd Street Development Project. Panelists: Cora Cahan, President, The New 42nd Street. Cora was recruited in 1990 to lead The New 42nd Street, a nonprofit created by New York State and the City to restore and oversee seven historic theaters. The New 42nd Street created and operates three performing arts projects: The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street. Carl Weisbrod, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors. Carl served as first head of The 42nd Street Development Project, from 1987 to 1990, and has led the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Alliance for Downtown New York, and New York City Department of City Planning. Rebecca Robertson, Founding President and Executive Producer, Park Avenue Armory. Rebecca served as president of the 42nd Street Development Project from 1990 to 1997, and she oversaw the development and implementation of 42nd Street's renovation plan and design guidelines. Robert A. M. Stern, Founder, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Robert’s firm oversaw development of the creative vision for the block. Robert was also a key part of bringing Disney to 42nd Street. Paul L. Whalen, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Paul has been involved in the 42nd Street Development Project since 1992 and was one of the creators of the design guidelines that are still used today.

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