Think you know Gowanus? A new map can be your guide to the architectural and cultural heritage currently at risk in the neighborhood.
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.
Before tonight's public meeting on the rezoning of Gowanus, a coalition of preservation advocates has created a website documenting the area's architectural heritage they believe is at risk.
The tar paper and plywood that have wrapped a modest wooden frame house since it was damaged by fire more than a decade ago are finally giving way to new siding.
At an LPC hearing Tuesday, a representative for the owner of one of two buildings being proposed for landmarking accused supporters of acting in bad faith.
An LPC commissioner since 2008, Bland will take over as interim chair until a new chair has been appointed.
The architects behind a proposal for a top and rear addition to a 1920s building on Montague Street need to come back and try again, Landmarks said.
A 29-story Morris Adjmi-designed skyscraper that will swallow up Hot Bird in Clinton Hill has a new shape, the better to see the landmarked church next to it.
Looking to learn about this year's Six to Celebrate? There's an app for that.
Historic preservation is not without controversy. Is it elitist? Does it hasten gentrification? Now, three new studies have looked at the facts.