The New York Landmarks Conservancy, an organization that assists in the preservation of historic buildings, will honor its “living landmarks” at a Nov. 3 gala.
The Living Landmarks ceremony honors “distinguished New Yorkers” for their contributions to the city. This year, the seven honorees in include Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter, real estate developer and owner of the World Trade Center site Larry Silverstein and broadcaster Phil Donahue.
The event will be held at the Plaza Hotel on Fifth Avenue and Central Park South. Tickets start at $1,000 and tables at $10,000. To make reservations, contact Alex Diaz at The JFM Group at 212-921-9070 ext. 16, or by email at email@example.com.
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