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Boak & Paris/Boak & Raad: New York Architects- A Book Talk by Annice Alt

Boak & Paris/Boak & Raad: New York Architects A Book Talk by Annice Alt   This event is full   Thursday, April 9, 2015 6:30 pm 232 East 11th Street         At the height of the building boom in the 1920s, two young architects Russell Boak and Hyman Paris broke away from [...]

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A list of HDC’s upcoming events as well as our annual programs, and breaking preservation news.   Events: March 6,2015 -2015 Conference Keynote and Opening Reception  March 11,2015 - 2015 Conference Panel-  Barack Obama Slept Here: Recognizing Today’s Sites of Cultural Significance March 18, 2015    2015 Conference Panel- Tomorrow’s Yesterdays: Historic Districts of the Future   HDC is always [...]

Secret Lives Tour: E.R. Butler & Co. Decorative Hardware

Join HDC for a tour of E.R. Butler & Co.’s beautiful Prince Street building and impressive decorative hardware showrooms.   Behind the doors of many of New York’s most architecturally stunning façades, are equally elegant interiors. E.R. Butler & Co. has been designing, creating and distributing fine architectural hardware and decorative furnishings in the spirit [...]

Preservation Trivia Night

  Wednesday, January 21, 2015 At the beautiful and historic Paris Cafe! FREE!!! RSVP to bharmon@hdc.org This program is part of NYC Landmarks50 Alliance, the multi-year celebration of   the 50th anniversary of New York City’s Landmarks Law.         

Continuing Education- The Shore Thing-12.9.2014

Join the Historic Districts Council for an encore of our most popular continuing education program The Shore Thing: A Practical Seminar on Shoring Methods and Case Studies for Historic Buildings As a building ages, its structural integrity can weaken. Shoring practices play an imperative role in the safety and security of structures, both new and [...]

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Continuing Education Program: Terra Cotta New York-post

The Historic Districts Council is pleased to present the first in a series of continuing education panels which will focus on historic materials. These programs will illuminate the complex histories, manufacturing methods, restoration process and use as a contemporary material. The first program is Terra Cotta New York     Architectural terra cotta is one [...]

2014 Graduate Thesis Presentations

On May 28, 2014 the Historic Districts Council hosted a graduate thesis presentation in the offices of the World Monument Fund in the Empire State Building. The call for proposals stated. As the only citywide voice for community-based preservation, the Historic Districts Council is eager to recognize graduate work that makes a contribution to historic [...]

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Battle for Brooklyn Film and Atlantic Yards Panel Discussion

Atlantic Yards Film Screening and Panel Discussion Wednesday, June 11, 2014 6PM Brooklyn Lyceum 227 4th Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11215         On June 11 Bruce Ratner and Maryanne Gilmartin of Forest City Ratner will receive the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal from the Municipal Art Society to honor their contributions to New York [...]

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Graduate Thesis Presentations

The Historic Districts Council is pleased to present an evening of recent work by graduate students in the field of historic preservation. As the only citywide voice for community-based preservation, the Historic Districts Council is eager to recognize graduate work that makes a contribution to historic preservation in New York City. The evening’s six presentations [...]

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Murals of New York City: An Illustrated Book Talk

Join HDC for an Illustrated Book Talk Murals of New York City Thursday May 15, 2014 6:00 P.M. Collector’s Room in the Alexander Hamilton Custom House  ********* Suggested Donation $10 All attendees MUST RSVP prior to the talk. Space is very limited. Murals of New York, authored by Glenn Palmer-Smith and photographed by Joshua McHugh, [...]

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