1. Two Trees

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    Since its founding in 1968, Two Trees, a Brooklyn-based, family-owned real estate development firm, has owned, managed and developed a portfolio worth more than $4B in real estate. Today, Two Trees currently owns and manages more than 4,000 apartments, and an additional 3 million square feet of commercial and industrial real estate throughout New York City.


  2. Seam Social Labs

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    “Seam Social Labs was founded in 2018 after founder Tiasia O’Brien spent a decade working in the public sector, with the goal of empowering communities. Growing up in Bushwick, Brooklyn, and watching her community get displaced, Tiasia realized that there were no mechanisms for her community to give feedback or share their story.

    Seam Social Labs’ core Enterprise solution, co:census, provides one tool to solve all of the problems above, equipping today’s urban designers and researchers with workflows and features designed specifically for their needs.
    co:census provides a dashboard for question design, accessible survey tools, and insights from natural language processing for users. Average data collection and analysis for community feedback is six months and co:census has cut this time to 3 months.
    In addition, with a recently launched patent-pending text classifier, titled The Dubois ™, co:census now provides a unique analysis of community feedback based on urban sociological research methods.”

  3. JP Morgan Chase Force For Good

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    “Tech for Social Good lifts up communities around the world through the power of people and technology.”

  4. Effectus Group

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    “Garett Essl and Alex Hammerschlag founded Effectus Group with an understanding that the success of a building project relies heavily on the communication and culture between the Owner, the Architect and Builder. Backed by a core group of talented project managers, Alex and Garrett manage and guide teams toward their greatest built projects.”

  5. mikyoung kim design

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    “As designers of restorative landscapes, we address some of the most pressing environmental and health related issues that face us today. We do this through our research-both in human cognition and in green storm water technologies. Our goal is to create bespoke experiences that improve civic health by drawing people outside and engaging the natural world. “

  6. New York State Council on the Arts

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    The New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature is dedicated to preserving and expanding the rich and diverse cultural resources that are and will become the heritage of New York’s citizens. 

  7. Focus Lighting

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    Focus lighting is an architectural lighting design firm based in New York City.


  8. Nemo Tile

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    Nemo Tile offers a vast selection of inspiring and decorative surfaces, from porcelain and ceramic tile to stainless steel, glass, and stone.


  9. Urban Atelier Group (UAG)

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    Urban Atelier Group (UAG) is a workshop of dedicated construction professionals striving every day to provide the most professional construction management services in the industry through integrity and the utmost ethical values. UAG is financially sound, privately owned and positioned for the long term.


  10. Loci Architecture

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    “Many people ask us about our firm name. To us, it represents what we strive to achieve through design, as we seek to reveal the distinctive character of a place that leaves an impression in one’s mind. Our solutions create value while meeting our client’s objectives. Sustainability, energy efficiency, and environmental impact are important concerns, which motivate us to make optimum use of natural resources. For over 20 years, our quest has been to contribute to the design of better cities and communities in considered, intelligent ways.”