Daryl Roth and Jordan Roth Are Living Landmarks; Other Honorees Named

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Producers Daryl Roth and Jordan Roth have been named Living Landmarks by The New York Landmarks Conservancy.

Daryl Roth and Jordan Roth
Daryl Roth and Jordan Roth Photo by Monica Simoes

The Roths will be honored at the 21st Living Landmark Celebration, which will be held Nov. 6 at New York's The Plaza.

The two producers are the first mother-son honorees in the history of the Conservancy. This year's other honorees include restaurant critic Gael Greene, businessman and philanthropist Leonard Lauder, Phoenix House founder Dr. Mitch Rosenthal and media mogul Mort Zuckerman.

Living Landmark Liz Smith will host the November event; music will be provided by Living Landmark Peter Duchin and his Orchestra.

The New York Landmarks Conservancy, according to press notes, "honors distinguished New Yorkers from all professions as 'Living Landmarks' for their contributions to the City. The Landmarks Conservancy is dedicated to celebrating, preserving and protecting the iconic buildings and diverse neighborhoods that define this vibrant and extraordinary City. The Conservancy is the only private organization that provides both financial and technical support in this effort."

Tickets for the gala start at $1,000; tables start at $10,000. Contact Jenna Smith (212) 995-5260 or email at JennaSmith@nylandmarks.org for more information.

For more information go to www.nylandmarks.org.

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