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Storefronts in Landmarked Buildings and Historic Districts -- What You Need to Know Stores and commercial spaces provide important services, products, jobs, and character to our neighborhoods and communities. Small businesses in landmarked buildings & historic districts have many wonderful assets, while also having NYC Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC) rules to follow. The ...
Protesting the Groundbreaking Ceremony for Tech Hub and Demanding Neighborhood Protections, 8/5/19 PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release – August 5, 2019
IN RESPONSE TO GROUNDBREAKING FOR 14th STREET TECH HUB, NEIGHBORHOOD GROUP SLAMS PROJECT’S SHADY DEALS FOR MAYOR’S DONORS, BROKEN PROMISES BY COUNCILMEMBER CARLINA RIVERA REGARDING PROTECTIONS AND MITIGATIONS FOR SURROUNDING NEIGHBORHOOD
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April 13-14, 2019: Celebrate the Greenwich Village Historic District! On April 13 & 14, 2019, Village Preservation is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Greenwich Village Historic District! Learn more at www.gvshp.org/gvhd50.
Village Preservation's Greenwich Village Historic District Map Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Greenwich Village Historic District, April 1969-2019, with this special interactive map. Explore at gvshp.org/gvhd50tour.
Protect the White Horse Tavern Join Village Preservation in our effort to landmark and preserve the historic, literary White Horse Tavern.
Save Greenwich Village and the East Village south of Union Square Help us save this great New York neighborhood. Get involved at gvshp.org/saveitnow, learn more at gvshp.org/savemyneighborhood, and become a member at gvshp.org/donate.
Developer of Union Square Tech Hub Promise Not To Impede 14th Street Pedestrian or Vehicular... Developers of Union Square Tech Hub Promise at City Council Hearing Not To Impede 14th Street Pedestrian or Vehicular Traffic, 7/10/18
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Tech Hub Subcommittee 2018 - Video Transcription
Question from Council Member Francisco Moya:
With the L-train shutdown, how ...
The NEW New York: Italians of the Village, James Nevius | June 18, 2019 After the Civil War, hundreds of thousands of Italian immigrants came to America, most of them making New York City their first stop. While the Lower East Side and Little Italy are well-known for their immigrant history, many may not ...
2019 Annual Meeting and Village Awards | June 12, 2019 Each June Village Preservation holds a community-wide celebration, consisting of its Annual Meeting and Village Awards presentation. The Village Awards recognize the very special people, places, businesses, and organizations that make a significant contribution to the quality of life in ...
Stonewall50: Celebrating Walt Whitman's 200th and Village Gay Bars from Stonewall to Pfaff's In an unfinished poem from the early 1860s, Walt Whitman memorialized the Vault at Pfaff’s, home to New York’s first self-described bohemians, as a place “where the drinkers and laughers meet to eat and drink and carouse.” After a walking ...
Drag March Storyslam video 5 30 19 This year is the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riot, and the 25th Anniversary of Drag March, which was founded in response to Stonewall 25’s rejection of Drag, gender-nonconforming, fetish, and others marginalized within the queer community. Drag March is ...
Francis Morrone's History of the East Village | May 21, 2019 Noted architectural historian Francis Morrone’s report, “A History of the East Village and Its Architecture,” is part of Village Preservation’s effort to raise awareness and appreciation of the East Village’s rich history, and to advocate for its preservation. The report ...
Historic Plaque Unveiling: Alex Haley Home and Studio | May 15, 2019 Alex Haley (1921-1992) lived and maintained a writing studio in Greenwich Village. Beginning in 1963 he conducted fifty in-depth interviews with Malcolm X here for his first book, The Autobiography of Malcolm X. Published shortly after his assassination in 1965, ...
The NEW New York: Fighting 19th Century Anti-Asian Discrimination | May 9, 2019 Dylan Yeats, Visiting Scholar at the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, discusses the Chinese American immigrant-rights activists who lived and worked in Greenwich Village 130 years ago. These young men and women worked with neighborhood churches and institutions to try to ...
Stonewall50: Historic Preservation and LGBT History | May 1,2019 The history of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) people has been bulldozed – literally and figuratively – and given almost no due. But in recent years there has been a flood of recognition of the importance of LGBTQ ...
The NEW New York - Kleindeutschland: Little Germany in New York City | April 24, 2019 This talk gives a detailed history of the development of the German American community in New York City and the East Village/Lower East Side, within the larger context of 19th-century immigration as a whole. Our presenter, Richard Haberstroh, discusses various ...
Stoops to Conquer: The Evolution of the New York Townhouse | April 23, 2019 New York City in the popular imagination may be defined by the skyscraper, but in reality, our city's landscape is dominated by a grid plan that minced most blocks into a staggering number of narrow lots. These produced entire neighborhoods ...
Explore Village Preservation's East Village Building Blocks | April 3, 2019 GVSHP celebrates the release of East Village Building Blocks with a special talk by GVSHP Director of Research and Preservation Sarah Bean Apmann. This online resource, which took ten years to complete, used primary source research on every building in ...
The NEW New York: 19th Century Immigration - Irish New York This talk looks at archbishops, saints-in-waiting, gangsters, rogues, jesters and other colorful characters. Learn all about "Fenian New York," a refuge for Irish revolutionaries since the failed Rising of 1867. In Fenian New York you'll meet the likes of John ...
GVHD50: The Work Behind the District's Designation | March 11, 2019 In 1969, Greenwich Village preservationists, activists, and neighbors celebrated the victory of the designation of the Greenwich Village Historic District. Travel back in time with our panelists to explore preservation battles and changes in Greenwich Village and beyond before the ...

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