Thank you to everyone who came out for our 5th annual Urban Omnibus benefit last Thursday! It was a beautiful night at Anable Basin on the Long Island City waterfront, with sunset views of Roosevelt Island’s Four Freedoms Park and the midtown Manhattan skyline. We enjoyed dosas, charcuterie, and baklava from local restaurants and learned that many of you have some solid basketball and four square skills. Special thanks are due to Lally Acoustical Engineering, who provided the good rhythms for our hula hoopers and jump ropers, and to our fellow Architectural League staff, Matt Ragazzo in particular. We also couldn’t have done it without our energetic crew of volunteers and all of our Omnibus friends, family, and supporters — you made the evening a great success!
Benefits like this are an essential part of what allows us to keep Urban Omnibus running. They also create a wonderful opportunity for us to meet our readers, convene many of the people who have shared their work with us over the years, and celebrate all of our shared enthusiasm for and deep interest in the culture of citymaking. So thank you all for joining us, and stay tuned for much more in the months ahead as we continue to explore this great city, how it works, how it is experienced, and how it can be improved.
The views expressed here are those of the authors only and do not reflect the position of The Architectural League of New York.