Applications are now open for the Henry Hart Rice Urban Studies Fellowship 2020 at NYU Wagner. The Henry Hart Rice Urban Studies Fellowship, endowed by the Rice Family Foundation, is award to outstanding students who demonstrate a commitment to bringing their scholarship and expertise to bear upon significant urban issues.
Moreover, the fellowship is named for Henry Hart Rice, who was a leader in the world of residential and commercial real estate for six decades. An industry senior statesman, public servant, author, and lecturer, Mr. Rice conceived and developed projects throughout the US also Canada, but made his biggest impact on New York City real estate and urban planning. Further, He was instrumental in preserving and landmarking Carnegie Hall and in the development of Lincoln Center Plaza. He led the real estate development of Fresh Meadows in Queens also organized the land assembly that led to the creation of Barney’s on Madison Avenue.
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