OHNY Weekend Series

Building Capital:
The Value of Place

A showcase of places that combine financial, cultural, and community capital to enrich quality of life.This series showcases places that play a vital role fostering community connections and local culture, telling the story of how the space was designed, built, and financed, how it’s being used, and how they contribute to the financial security and well-being of residents. Building Capital is the latest installment of OHNY’s Urban Systems program and is presented in partnership with Bloomberg Connects.

Library interior with shelves

Radical Knowledge:
Libraries as Community Catalysts

Explore how libraries serve as vibrant civic and learning centers for their communities. Radical Knowledge is part of OHNY’s Urban Systems program, and examines the role of libraries in their communities, providing physical and virtual spaces to enrich civic life.

Families walking down a pathway

Sandy + 10

A close look at the $18 billion of investment for recovery and resilience in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, presented in partnership with Columbia University’s Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes.

Men loading a countertop onto a pallet

Factory Friday

Explore the factories and manufacturing spaces of the five boroughs to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at local production. Factory Friday is presented in partnership with Made In NYC, a nonprofit initiative out of the Pratt Institute that supports local manufacturers and makers in New York City through free skills-building programs, marketing and promotional platforms, and small business resources.

Exterior of the factory

Sights and Sounds

This podcast series uncovers the hidden histories of top-picks for this year’s Weekend lineup. Created by The Gotham Center for New York City History.

Open City

Highlights from OHNY’s Open City Award to Moynihan Train Hall (2022); Trust for Governors Island (2021); TWA Hotel (2019); and Cornell Tech Campus (2018).