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"GREAT MARKETS, GREAT CITIES" Conference in New York City

  • Subject: [cg] "GREAT MARKETS, GREAT CITIES" Conference in New York City
  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2002 13:22:03 -0400


Conference in New York City

The 5th International Public Market Conference of
Project for Public Spaces will be held this November in New York City.
The conference will celebrate the role of markets in revitalizing towns and

Three hundred and fifty participants are expected for the three day event,
which will include market and neighborhood ethnic food tours, speakers,
workshops, and farm fresh food prepared by W Hotel chef, Michel Nischan of
Heartbeat Restaurant. Tours will include visits to New York City
Greenmarkets, Fulton Fish Market, Chelsea Market, Gansevoort Market
Grand Central Market and more....

The conference is sponsored by the Ford Foundation.

"Great Markets, Great Cities"
November 9-11, 2002
The 'W Hotel', 541 Lexington Avenue, New York

To learn more about what makes a Great Public Market visit:

To find out more about Project for Public Spaces go to http://www.pps.org

To join the dicusssion about public spaces, sign up for the PPS listserve:
http://www.pps.org/listserve.htm or send an email to

Harriet Festing, Project for Public Spaces, Phone:  (212) 620-5660, e-mail

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