Sara Trigoboff

Content Strategist, Editor, Writer

Urbanist, Native New Yorker, Bagel Obsessive

Growing up in New York, it's hard not to be intoxicated by the city. After graduating from NYU, I worked at a commercial real estate finance start up and was an early hire at Lyft's New York office, where I worked with product teams to evolve the application by providing real time insights into the NYC market and consumer base. Following a stint in operations at Bridgewater Associates, I chose to pursue my passion for cities by returning to school. I'm currently a Masters Candidate in City and Regional Planning at Cornell University, minoring in Real Estate.

I have deep experience in curating content and directing conversations around the future of cities and development. While working in the city, I founded and ran a quarterly panel series called Urban Salon. Some past topics include the future of Manufacturing in the City and Transportation in 2030. In the summer of 2016 I helped stage ReSite, an urbanism conference in Prague. Over the summer, I interned at Urban-X, an urban tech accelerator, where I wrote briefings on each cohort company and was asked to author pieces for their annual zine.
Content Types
Article, Interview, Website Copy, Blog Post
More Information
New York University, Global Liberal Studies
Cornell University, Masters in Regional Planning, Minor in Real Estate
New York, IA 50238, USA|English, French, Spanish

Published Content

Blog Post
NYU History Lesson: NYU And The First Labor Riot In NYC
September, 29 2010
Blog Post
NYU History Lesson: When We Actually Had a Campus (In The Bronx)

This article was part of a series I wrote on NYU's history.

October, 25 2010
Website Copy
Urban Salon

As the founder of Urban Salon, I curated and hosted quarterly panels on different topics related to NYC and development.

May, 9 2015
Blog Post
Beyond the Village: Red Hook
September, 10 2010
Blog Post
The Village Has Pretty Much Always Hated Us
October, 25 2012
Blog Post
NYU History Lesson: The Palladium Your Parents Went To

As a staff writer on the city beat at NYU's blog, I authored a series on NYU history.

February, 1 2011
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