MAS
MAS
Employees:
25,000
Market Cap:
$10.9 billion
Revenue:
$7.15 billion
Net Income:
$317 million
MAS
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Employees:
25,000
Market Cap:
$10.9 billion
Revenue:
$7.15 billion
Net Income:
$317 million
  • Happy #Halloween from MAS! We wish our costumes were this good!
  • We cannot trade parks for affordable housing and schoolswe need all three. MAS President Elizabeth Goldstein joins a coalition of parks and neighborhood advocates urging Governor Andrew Cuomo to veto Marx Brothers Playground alienation bill. Decision expected TODAY
  • Even fountains need a bath! This week, we were in The Bronx to clean and polish the famed Die Lorelei Heine Fountain, one of 38 works of public art conserved through the MAS Adopt-a-Monument program. Swipe through to see an incredible before-and-after from our original 1999 restoration.
  • On October 18, 1987, more than 800 New Yorkers joined MAS in Central Park and raised their black umbrellas aloft to demonstrate the shadow that would be cast onto the park by a proposed tower on Columbus Circle. That project was modified to mitigate shadows effects in response to the public outcry. Thirty years later, this advocacy continues through MASs #AccidentalSkyline project, which this week released a 10-point plan for reform in response to the citys unprecedented boom in as-of-right supertall development. Its time to close the loopholes that allow out-of-scale buildings to evade our public review process and give neighborhoods a voice in the future of our skyline. Learn morelink in bio

Happy #Halloween from MAS! We wish our costumes were this good!

We cannot trade parks for affordable housing and schoolswe need all three. MAS President Elizabeth Goldstein joins a coalition of parks and neighborhood advocates urging Governor Andrew Cuomo to veto Marx Brothers Playground alienation bill. Decision expected TODAY

Even fountains need a bath! This week, we were in The Bronx to clean and polish the famed Die Lorelei Heine Fountain, one of 38 works of public art conserved through the MAS Adopt-a-Monument program. Swipe through to see an incredible before-and-after from our original 1999 restoration.

On October 18, 1987, more than 800 New Yorkers joined MAS in Central Park and raised their black umbrellas aloft to demonstrate the shadow that would be cast onto the park by a proposed tower on Columbus Circle. That project was modified to mitigate shadows effects in response to the public outcry. Thirty years later, this advocacy continues through MASs #AccidentalSkyline project, which this week released a 10-point plan for reform in response to the citys unprecedented boom in as-of-right supertall development. Its time to close the loopholes that allow out-of-scale buildings to evade our public review process and give neighborhoods a voice in the future of our skyline. Learn morelink in bio

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