Pull up a chair and gab with fellow concerned citizens about the preservation issues near and dear to you at the 25th annual preservation conference.
Civic groups banded together to write to city, state, and federal transportation leaders demanding plans for placing a temporary highway over the promenade be reconsidered, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
The proposal includes nearly 30 individual buildings, three historic districts and one scenic landmark.
Should the bill be passed, development in some of New York’s highest density areas, including Downtown Brooklyn, would be significantly less restricted.
In an unusual move, preservation groups across New York City have signed a joint letter requesting that the LPC withdraw their proposed rules amendments.
Instead of the traditional conference structure, which features an audience listening to lectures from a series of professionals, here your voice is integral to the agenda.
The group of early 20th century apartment buildings are lookers, cohesive, and exemplary of their moment.
A report from Historic Districts Council recommends selective alterations to make streets accessible while also preserving as much of them as possible.
Doctors’ Row, a historic section known for its elegant limestone rowhouses, is currently being reviewed for historic district status.
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