1250 Broadway, 27th Floor New York, NY 10001


Enterprise Community Partners  celebrates Gotham on Wednesday, March 25, 2009.

Here are the details:

celebrate_gotham_enterprise_nyreblog_com_.jpgWednesday, March 25, 2009

915 Broadway, New York City
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm with Silent Auction

Ticket Information

  • Individual Tickets $80
  • Nonprofit/Student Rates $70
  • Group Rate (includes four tickets) $300
  • Purchase tickets

Contact Jamie Sharrock with questions. Phone: 212-284-7110. Email

Gotham Society The Gotham Society promotes the importance of community development by engaging young professionals in the mission and work of Enterprise. Gotham Society members participate in Enterprise social events, help families and communities through volunteer opportunities and learn about community development through neighborhood tours and informative events. For more information, view our brochure (PDF, 400K). Visit donate.net to become a member of the Gotham Society .

The Gotham Society Board

Leigh Burwell   Cara Gold   Andrea Mitrovich
Mathew Comfort   Jacqueline Gold   Jason Reeves
Gbenga Dawodu   Ari Alowan Goldstein   Robert Reinhart
Catherine Donaldson-Evans   Ellen Kackmann   Karen Paneggiante
Jeff Dvorett   Aaron Koffman   Adam R. Sanders
Maura Duggan   Michael Kohan   Brian Sharrock
Robin L. Fisher   Sabine Kretschmann   Julius D. Williams
Whitney Foutz   Russell Lang   Julia Winters
Brianne Frey   Jeremy Robinson-Leon  

Ariel Flores Zurofsky

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Over two decades ago, legendary urban visionary Jim Rouse and his wife Patty founded Enterprise with the ambitious goal of making sure every American lives in a decent, affordable home.

Who Are We?

We are a national nonprofit with 25 years of experience in the community development and affordable housing field.

We are the leading provider of capital and expertise for affordable housing and community development.

Our Mission

At Enterprise, we create opportunity for low- and moderate-income people through fit, affordable housing and diverse, thriving communities.

Central to our mission is Enterprise's fundamental commitment to give people living in poverty an opportunity to move up and out. We believe that these opportunities are best provided in communities with a diverse mix of affordable and market housing options, access to jobs and social supports, and a strong commitment to the environment and civic participation.

About Us Fact Sheet (PDF, 1MB)