Living Landmarks Gala

2017 Living Landmarks Celebration

--Patsy and Jeff Tarr (photo by Ben Hider)

-David Patrick Columbia and Peg Breen (photo by Ben Hider)

-Kathryn Steinberg and Sydie Lansing (photo by Ben Hider)

-Barbara Taylor Bradford, OBE and Robert Bradford (photo by Ben Hider)

-Lloyd Zuckerberg and Charlotte Triefus (photo by Ben Hider)

-Tom And Sheila Wolfe (photo by Ben Hider)

-Patricia Falkenberg, Sue Feld, Marjorie Reed Gordon and Margo Langenberg (photo by Ben Hider)

-David Patrick Columbia and Paul Binder (photo by Ben Hider)

-Robert A.M. Stern and Larry Leeds (photo by Ben Hider)

-Frank Stella (photo by Ben Hider)

-Robert A.M. Stern (photo by Ben Hider)

-The Peter Duchin Orchestra (photo by Ben Hider)

-Marica and Jan Vilcek (photo by Ben Hider)

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-Charlie Berry and Kathryn McGraw Berry (photo by Ben Hider)

-Michael Braner and Christina Chang (photo by Ben Hider)

-Nicholas and Courtney Stern (photo by Ben Hider)

-Stan and Sandy Warshawsky (photo by Ben Hider)

-David Patrick Columbia

-Suydam (Sydie) Lansing

-Frank Stella

-Robert A.M. Stern

-Patsy and Jeff Tarr

-Marcia and Jan Vilcek

-Tom Wolfe

November 1, 2017

More than 500 persons gathered in the Grand Ballroom of The Plaza last night for the Conservancy’s 24th annual Living Landmarks Celebration. The event raised more than $1.2 million.

The guests applauded the accomplishments of honorees David Patrick Columbia, Suydam (Sydie) Lansing, Frank Stella, Robert A.M. Stern, Patsy and Jeff Tarr, Marica and Jan Vilcek, and Tom Wolfe.

Veronica and Ray Kelly served as Honorary Co-Chairs. Paul Binder served as MC and Peter Duchin’s orchestra performed.

The audience included past honorees: Barbara Taylor Bradford OBE and Robert Bradford, Louise Hirschfeld Cullman and Lewis Cullman, David Dinkins, Agnes Gund, Marian S. Heiskell, Larry Leeds, Dr. Mitchell Rosenthal, E. John Rosenwald, Daryl Roth, and Nina and Tim Zagat.

Each year the Conservancy recognizes distinguished New Yorkers who have made extraordinary contributions to the City and honors them as Living Landmarks.

The evening generates significant resources for the Conservancy’s financial and technical programs that help property owners protect the iconic buildings and historic neighborhoods that define New York.

See the celebration coverage online, click on the links below.

New York Social Diary

Avenue Magazine