January Events: Party, Tour & Panels!

E-BULLETIN OF THE HISTORIC DISTRICTS COUNCIL January 2014, Volume 11, Number 4 2014 Six to Celebrate!!!   Meet the New Neighborhoods on Wednesday, January 29, 6:00 pm 208 West 13th Street                           Top from L-R: Forest Close, Queens; New York City’s Public Libraries; […]

E-BULLETIN- Six To Celebrate Tours and Talks!!!!!!!!!!!!

E-BULLETIN OF THE HISTORIC DISTRICTS COUNCIL June 2013, Volume 10, Number 2 2013 Six To Celebrate Tours  Have you been wondering how you’re going to explore and discover this great city over the summer? Well here’s your answer! Join HDC on our fantastic walking/ bike tours of the Six To Celebrate neighborhoods. The tours will […]

Six To Celebrate 2013 Launch Party Photos!

Thanks to everyone who came out last night to learn more about the 2013 Six to Celebrate neighborhoods we will be working with this year. Our intentions of bringing everyone together to connect, discover and educate one another on the preservation issues of theses neighborhoods was achieved.   HDC appreciates your continued support and dedication […]

PRESERVATION NOW! 19th Annual Preservation Conference March 1-3, 2013

Preservation Now!  Today’s Victories, Losses and Ongoing Battles! For Details of the Event View the Brochure HERE. To Purchase Tickets, Please Scroll to the Bottom of the Page The 2013 Preservation Conference takes its inspiration from recent trends in preservation and the relationship between development and preservation in New York City. The keynote, panels and […]

Holiday Book Party and Fundraiser: South Street Seaport

Thank you to everyone who attended our holiday party and fundraiser at Bowne & Co. Stationers on December 5, 2012. HDC had a wonderful time seeing everyone and we could not have held the event in a better space. The Bowne & Co. building is beautiful and we hope that you will continue to show […]

Architect Panel- On the Surface: Modern Materials in Historic Restoration-

On the Surface: Modern Materials in Historic Restoration Wednesday, September 21, 2011 9am – 1pm Modern materials can preserve the aesthetic integrity of a building’s historic design and secure a restored building against future damage. William Neeley explains the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission’s position on the use of replacement materials in historic restoration work. Additional […]

Learn how to Care for Landmark Properties and Gardnes

The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: Getting it Right: From Historic Properties to Urban LandscapesSponsored by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Janet Younkman and Jason Auerbach, Private Mortgage Bankers An enlightening series on Wednesday evenings sharing successful strategies for renovation, restoration, and gardening in New York’s historic neighborhoods, featuring prominent keynote speakers, and panels […]

Preservation Seminars for Real Estate Professionals

LANDMARK WEST! invites you to attend a series of day-long seminars designed for real estate brokers, planners, residential and commercial building owners and neighbors. A Preservation PrimerMonday, October 15, 2007 The Evolution of Architecture and Living Styles in ManhattanMonday, November 12, 2007 Green Building and Historic PreservationMonday, December 10, 2007 Each seminar is NYS- approved […]

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Free Workshop

Manhattan Borough President Scott M. StringerpresentsUSING NEWSPAPER ARCHIVESTO RESEARCH NEW YORK CITY HISTORYA Free Public WorkshopSaturday, September 29 10:00a to 2:00pThe Municipal Building (Near City Hall)Hosted by theOffice of the Manhattan Borough Historian An historical newspaper archive can be a source of incomparable information, but to the uninitiatedresearcher it can be a source of bewilderment […]

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Symposium: New Audiences for Old Houses: September 28, 2007

NEW AUDIENCES FOR OLD HOUSES: BUILDING A FUTURE WITH THE PASTSeptember 28, 20078:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The Boston Athenaeum, 10 1/2 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 The Nichols House Museum, in partnership with the Art History Department and Preservation Studies Program of Boston University and The Boston Athenaeum, invite you to attend a symposium […]

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