Mark Ginsberg FAIA, LEED AP, a native New Yorker, is a partner of Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP with over 35 years of professional experience in planning, urban design, institutional and housing projects. His expertise in affordable and mixed income housing, resiliency and green design has been recognized through his many lectures at national and local conferences and meetings. Mark has led C+GA’s efforts on developments that comprise well over 12,000 units of housing. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University
Mark is a past President of the AIA New York Chapter, former co-chair of the New York New Visions (NYNV) Executive Committee, and an organizer of both the New Housing New York Ideas Competition and Legacy Project. Mark is Vice Chair of the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development, is a board member of the New York State Association for Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH) Board of Trustees, is a Trustee of the National Housing Conference, and is President of Citizen’s Housing and Planning Council.
Mark Ginsberg’s expertise in Green and Resilient Design has been recognized through his lecturing at State and National conventions, and his service on related committees in the tri-state area. His leadership in the area of affordable housing includes participation as a member of the AIA National Housing Task Force from 1997 to 2000 and a 2002 member of the National AIA Housing Committee advisory group. Mark has become a leader in the architectural profession post Hurricane Sandy, working toward creating a more resilient built environment as: Co-chair of the Post Sandy Housing Task Force organized by the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter; and as a Senior Advisor for Ready to Respond: Strategies for Multifamily Building Resilience by Enterprise Community Partners. His work has led to building a more resilient New York.