Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation
Preservationists were excited Friday about reports that the historic Stonewall Inn in the West Village will be up for consideration for city historic landmark status.
The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation was furious Monday over the new windows being installed at a high-rise NYU dormitory now under renovation.
A public meeting is scheduled on Monday on a proposal to create a historic district in the South Village.
A plaque will mounted later this year to mark the historic Church of the Village as the site of the first meeting of the group PFLAG – in honor of the group’s late founder.
The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation is asking the public to help nominate people, organizations and businesses for honor with a Village Award.
A proposal is moving ahead to create a historic district in the South Village, in conjunction with a proposed rezoning plan for neighboring Hudson Square.
Preservationists Tuesday were to hold a discussion and tour of a new East Village museum dedicated to squats and occupied spaces.
Preservationists have been taking issue in recent days with developments they say will block the open views of the High Line.
Protesters against the proposal rallied on the steps of City Hall Tuesday morning prior to the committee hearings.