invite you to attend a seminar on
An Architectural  and Zoning Toolkit
to Enhance your Skills in a Changing Economy
Wednesday, October 14, 2009 from 8:45 a.m.-- 5:00 p.m.
For Real Estate Brokers, Architects, Co-op Board Members and other Community Members
7.5 hours NYS Real Estate License and  7.5 AIA/CES LU’s
What better place than Lincoln  Center to learn about the evolution of the City and the ecclectic architectural styles of our neighborhoods?  Have you ever wondered how to date an apartment building, distinguish original detail from additions, or how to make sense of the diverse architectural styles of New York City buildings? Are you confused about how zoning influences what is built and where?

This seminar is custom-designed for real estate brokers, planners, architects and others seeking to hone their professional and marketing skills to identify architectural styles and development patterns in New York City.  Discover how zoning has influenced neighborhood change and unlock clues to dating and interpreting buildings.  The better you understand historic buildings and neighborhoods, the better you can serve clients and participate in the life of the city. Wear comfortable shoes—we will end the program with a walking tour of nearby blocks in the Lincoln Center area and the historic Upper West Side!
Wednesday, October 14, 2009, from 8:45am - 5:00pm
Where: Lincoln Center, Metropolitan Opera Guild Learning Center, 6th floor, Samuel B and David Rose Building, 70 Lincoln Center Plaza--aka 165 West 65th Street (north side of 65th street, west of Broadway)
Mosette Broderick, MA, Director of Urban Design and Architecture Studies program, NYU
Francis Morrone, MA, NYU professor, author and architectural historian
Caroline Harris, Esq, GoldmanHarris LLC, attorney specializing inland use land use law, zoning, historic preservation, and sustainability
Register: Call (212) 496-1714 to register. $65, includes coffee. Special nonprofit, student and senior rates available. You may pay by check or credit card. Working lunchtime seminar will be held on-site. Please send payment to: LANDMARKWEST! 45 West 67th Street, New York, NY  10023.
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Friday, December 4, 2009--Also at Lincoln Center!

Co-Sponsored By: The Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America
Participants will receive a New York State certification  for 7.5 hours of study approved  by the Secretary of State in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 868 of the Laws of 1977. Payment and Cancellation Policy: Checks will be accepted up to 5 working days before each seminar.  Credit card charges will incur small processing fee. While we cannot offer refunds for no-shows, we can furnish donation letters for tax purposes.