Calendar of Events

Friday, March 4

The Spector Group and the American Institute of Architects’ Kukin Lecture Series, Yeshiva University Beren Campus, 215 Lexington Avenue, 10 a.m. call 212-683-0023 or email for more info

Real Estate Board of New York and MetLife “The Evolution of Staging” panel discussion, The Scandinavia House, the Victor Borge Hall, 58 Park Avenue, 9 a.m., call 347-675-0301 or email for more info

Saturday, March 5

Municipal Art Society “Crown Heights North” walking tour, meet at the Franklin Avenue/Fulton Street subway stop on the C train, outside the turnstiles, 11 a.m., visit for more info

Sunday, March 6

Municipal Art Society “Central Park West Deco” walking tour, meet at the northwest corner of Broadway and 61st Street, in front of the American Bible Society building, 2 p.m., visit for more info

Tuesday, March 8

Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association luncheon, the University Club, One West 54th Street, College Hall Banquet Room, 12 p.m., contact Glenn Tolchin at 212-812-6424 for more info

Association of Real Estate Women luncheon, Club 101, 101 Park Avenue, 11:30 a.m., visit or call Judith Alberty at 732-203-1409 for more info

Real Estate Education Center “Continuing Education and Networking” event, Pescatore Restorante, 955 2nd Avenue, 2 p.m., call 212-465-1008, ext. 402, or visit for more info

Municipal Art Society “Downtown, Where New York Began” walking tour, meet at the Downtown Info Center, 55 Exchange Place, Suite 401, 12:30 p.m.,

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