HDC@LPC December 4, 2012

Item 5 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 134316- Block 612, lot 38- 37 Charles Street – Greenwich Village Historic District A rowhouse built in 1869. Application is to construct a rear yard addition. We find the work proposed for the stoop and areaway approvable, but HDC asks that the rear yard addition keep to […]

The Landmarks of New York

Title: The Landmarks of New York Location: New York Historical Society, Central Park West & W. 77 St. Date/Time: December 19, 5:30 – 7 p.m. A celebration of the new exhibition at New York Historical Society: The Landmarks of New York. RSVP: hdc@hdc.org

The Landmarks of Tomorrow: Lincoln Center and the High Line

Title: The Landmarks of Tomorrow: Lincoln Center and the High Line Location: First Church of Christ Scientist, Central Park West & W. 68 St. Date/time:  December 17, 6:30 p.m.  We are pleased to invite you to a conversation between Elizabeth Diller and Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel as they discuss the ‘landmarks of tomorrow’.   RSVP: hdc@hdc.org

HDC in New York Community Trust

  “Advisors to more than 1,200 funds in The Trust support a wide variety of nonprofits in the City and across the country. Most of their grants are for operating support, and many are to major New York organizations. This is good news for the City’s nonprofits, many of which are starved for unrestricted money to run […]

E-BULLETIN OF THE HISTORIC DISTRICTS COUNCIL: Winter Events

  E-BULLETIN OF THE HISTORIC DISTRICTS COUNCIL November 2012, Volume 9, Number 5 At Home in Utopia has been rescheduled for Thursday, January 10, 2013 6-8pm at the Tribeca Fim Center! At Home in Utopia,  written and directed by Michal Goldman,  tells the story of the Eastern European garment workers who joined together to create a […]

HDC@LPC November 27, 2012

Item 15 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 117958- Block 592, lot 79- 123 Washington Place – Greenwich Village Historic District A transitional Federal style rowhouse, built in 1831. Application is to construct a rear yard addition, alter a dormer window and excavate the rear yard. HDC is opposed to this project as it is […]

Coffee Talk-Elizabeth De Leon

Title: Coffee Talk-Elizabeth De LeonLocation: Neighborhood Preservation Center 232 East 11th Street (between Second and Third Avenues) ManhattanLink out: Click hereDescription: Diverse and successful local businesses are a key to any vibrant neighborhood. Come hear from one of the lead agencies that oversees commercial development, and learn more about two of their public/private initiatives that […]

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Coffee Talk-Joseph LePique & Jeremy Woodoff

Title: Coffee Talk-Joseph LePique & Jeremy Woodoff Location: Neighborhood Preservation Center, 232 East 11th Street, Between Second and Third Avenues, Manhattan Link out: Click here Description: The NYC Department of Design and Construction functions as the city’s primary capital construction project manager for civic works such as firehouses, libraries, police precincts, courthouses and senior centers. […]

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Coffee Talk-DOB Commissioner Robert LiMandri

  Title: Coffee Talk-DOB Commissioner Robert LiMandri Location: Neighborhood Preservation Center, 232 East 11th Street, Between Second and Third Avenues, Manhattan Date/ Time: December 3rd, 8:30am Link out: Click here Description: From regulating more than 950,000 buildings to upholding countless technical codes and safety regulations, the Department of Buildings juggles many of the city’s most […]

Holiday Book Party, “New York Neon”

Title: Holiday Book Party NEW Location: Bowne & Co., Stationers 211 Water Street, Manhattan Date/Time: December 5th 6-8pm Description: Please join HDC and author Thomas E. Rinaldi for an evening of holiday cheer. Tom will speak about his new book, New York Neon, which chronicles and documents the city’s surviving early- and mid-twentieth-century neon signs, and examines their […]

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