Missed Reservation Day for the 12th Annual OHNY Weekend? Fear not! There are still dozens of fantastic tours with a few spots left—but act quickly, as reservations close on Thursday, October 9th, and time is running out!

Wondering what there is to see? Here are some fantastic tours of sites where you can see how New Yorkers LIVE.

Photo: David Sundberg/Esto

Photo: David Sundberg/Esto

The Schermerhorn

Visitors to Common Ground’s Schermerhorn residence will not only learn how this award winning, multi-purpose residence was constructed on a very challenging site but also about the benefits of a model known as ”supportive housing.” Home to 216 low-income and formerly homeless special needs tenants, The Schermerhorn offers onsite social services that help individuals thrive in housing. Click here to reserve!

Photo: Garrett Rowland

Photo: Garrett Rowland

Suzanne Tick Home & Studio

Suzanne Tick is a textile designer, artist, weaver and entrepreneur for whom living and working are intertwined figuratively and literally—her looms, studio, and design consultancy co-exist in her East Village townhome, a three-story building with a professional design studio churning out collections of fabrics, carpet, resin, glass, and more. Click here to reserve!

Photo: Andrew Rugge archphoto

Photo: Andrew Rugge/archphoto

Urban Post-Disaster Housing Prototype

New York City is developing a post-disaster housing prototype for residents who may lose their homes as the result of a catastrophic coastal storm. Through the Urban Post-Disaster Housing Prototype Program, the City is creating a multi-story, multi-family interim housing solution that will work in urban areas across the country. Interim housing is post-disaster housing. Explore the prototype from top to bottom on OHNY Weekend. Click here to reserve!

 

For a full list of tours for which you can still reserve slots, visit ohny.eventbrite.com before October 9th!