City Museum celebrates its reconstruction Scrapbook

| 13 Jul 2015 | 03:29

The Museum of the City of New York celebrated its 10-year, $97 million reconstruction with a reception last month. Of the $97 million, $67 million came from the City of New York through the Department of Cultural Affairs, the City Council and the office of the Manhattan Borough President. In addition, $30 million came from other donors including trustees, individuals, corporations, foundations and the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone. Pictured, above, are James G. Dinan, Chairman of the Board, MCNY; Daniel R. Garodnick, Council Member; Martin J. “Marty” McLaughlin, Trustee and Secretary, MCNY, and Founding Partner, Connelly & McLaughlin. Also pictured are Peter S. Kalikow, President, HJ Kalikow & Co., with Martin J. McLaughlin