CityAge New York:

The State of global cities

december 8, 2023
Cornell tech | 8:30AM - 1:30PM (ET)

Staying competitive in the post-pandemic economy

New York is reinventing itself —  yet again. 

This November, CityAge returns to New York to look at the innovations the city is embracing to deal with some of the most pressing issues facing global cities. 

Revitalizing downtowns and infrastructure, fast. Dealing with the real estate, housing and transportation challenges of post-pandemic work-life patterns. Digitizing urban systems to reinvent mobility and make the city more resilient in the face of climate change. Staying competitive in the post-pandemic economy.

Approaching its 400th year, New York has long shown the world many of the paths to building a dynamic urban future. 

Join us at CityAge New York to see what America’s global city has on the horizon.



$395.00 USD + Taxes

$295.00 USD + Taxes

Early Bird Ticket sales end September 15, 2023

Each ticket receives:

  • Light Breakfast & Coffee
  • Admission to all Keynote and Panel Discussions
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Live Q & A Session
  • Lunch


Early Bird

$395.00 USD

$295.00 USD

General Admission sales end October 27, 2023

Each ticket receives:

  • Light Breakfast & Coffee
  • Admission to all Keynote and Panel Discussions
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Live Q & A Session
  • Lunch

CityAge New York will look at:

Accelerating - and digitizing - major project delivery in infrastructure: and exploring the benefits of new public-private models of infrastructure delivery 

Revitalizing central business districts: with new urban design, for a new era of work accelerated by the pandemic

Downtown Mobility in Global Cities: The latest on the state of congestion pricing, shared data architectures, mobility as a service and mass transit funding 

Decarbonize Cities: Advanced tech, major infrastructure investment and driving renewable energy systems at source to decarbonize urban operations

Next-Gen Natural Resiliency: How to weave nature, biomimicry and data together to shape the future’s urban resilience

The venue

2 W Loop Rd, New York, NY 10044
Cornell is a private, Ivy League university and the land-grant university for New York State. Cornell’s mission is to discover, preserve and disseminate knowledge; produce creative work; and promote a culture of broad inquiry throughout and beyond the Cornell community.
Business Casual Attire (no athletic wear) is suggested.

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