Heritage Ball 2011


Chelsea Piers, October 27, 2011

Every year the AIA New York Chapter and the Center for Architecture Foundation hold the Heritage Ball, an annual black tie event where architects and industry professionals join together to raise funds that support numerous initiatives of these organizations during the year. The Heritage Ball began in the 1980s and has grown from a few hundred guests to over 1,200 attendees today, raising $1.3 million dollars this year, a record and an amazing accomplishment in these tough economic times.

Cocktail hour at the 2011 Heritage Ball

Guests mingle during the break before Award Ceremony

Joe Romano, JRM Mgmt. LLC; Chris Cirgenski, Cirgenski+Capalino; Martin Kapell, WASA/Studio A

Bob Dillon, Capalino; Joe Romano, JRM Mgmt. LLC; Chris Cirgenski, Cigenski+Capalino

Over 1,200 guests attended the 2011 Heritage Ball raising a record $1.3 million dollars

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