Great Room
Date: Thursday, June 21
Time: 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. (Hour-long discussion, followed by Q&A and socializing)
Locale: Four Seasons bar, Seagram's Building 99 E. 52nd St., New York, NY 10022 nr. Park Ave.
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Price: $25, Brown Club in NY members; $30 non-Brown Club in NY members (price includes one free drink at the Four Seasons bar. 
Event Capacity: 35 people maximum
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Join us for cocktails and  conversation at the intimate Four Season's bar to hear two renowned avante garde thinkers in the realm of the built environment discuss:
  • Adaptive Re-Use in NYC (using today's building stock for tomorrow)
  • Living below Wall Street, how the financial district is changing 
Edward Mitchell is a leader in the field of urban and ecologically-sound design. An adjunct Assistant Professor at Yale University's School of Architecture, he is a member of Vita Nuova, a consortium specializing in the rehabilitation of former industrial sites and new sustainable development.
Kent Swig is President of Swig Equities, LLC and a distinguished Brown alum. Since 2001, Swig Equities has purchased or has been in the process of developing in excess of $3 billion of commercial and residential properties, including holdings in Lower Manhattan's Financial District and throughout the city. Kent Swig is also an osnwer and co-chairman of Terra Holdings, LLC, a company that owns and operates several real estate service firms including Brown Harris Stevens. 
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