2012 HDC Conference-The Great Outside: Preserving Public and Private Open Spaces


SAVE THE DATE:March 2-4, 2012

The Great Outside:
Preserving Public and Private Open Spaces

The Historic Districts Council’s 2012 Preservation Conference will focus on significant open spaces and landscapes in New York City, including public parks, plazas, parkways, yards, planned communities and public housing. Participants will examine a variety of issues such as development history, current threats, preservation efforts and future use.

Keynote by: Charles A. Birnbaum,

Founder and President of The Cultural Landscape Foundation

Photo Image:Garden of ‘The Towers’ apartment building,Jackson Heights Historic District

For more information please visit www.hdc.org or call 212-614-9107

For information about past conferencesclick here

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