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August 3, 11 am12:30 pm.
Free Admission
8.3_Gerald Rosengarten

Gerald Rosengarten is a Brooklyn-born serial entrepreneur whose greatest skill is an extraordinary ability to perceive form and structure–and opportunity–from within disorder, including developing products to deal with dyslexia, reimagining real estate, and investing early and heavily in solar energy. Rosengarten’s life of invention has led to substantial commercial success. His first big hit came in the 1970s with the leisure suit, which became a cultural fashion phenomenon that stoked his confidence and staked his growing desire to build landmark New York projects like the Lofts and the A-list destination, The Bowery Hotel. Today, Rosengarten owns one of the largest private solar farms in the Northeast, located on Long Island’s eastern tip, and his creative passions are focused on environmental stewardship and active advocacy for those suffering from learning disabilities.

Gerald Rosengarten figured out early on that when the right train reaches the station, jump on it!


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