Panel Discussion: Security at What Cost? Balancing Security and Public Space

A panel of design and engineering experts along with public and private sector officials will discuss the implications of security on contemporary urban streetscapes.

Andrew Manshel, Senior Vice President, Real Estate Development, Greater Jamaica Development Corporation, will moderate a panel including:

  • Robert Ducibella, Principal, Ducibella Venter & Santore,
  • Ray Gastil, Director, Manhattan Office, New York City Department of City Planning,
  • Stephanie Gelb, Vice-President for Planning and Design, Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority
  • Claire Weisz, principal, Weisz + Yoes Architects.

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