Morningside Heights

Cathedral of St. John the Divine- Nominated for three registers of endangered sites-

GLOBAL ACTIONS WILL HELP PREVENT THE DESECRATION OF THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. JOHN THE DIVINE IN NEW YORK CITY In an unprecedented step, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine has been nominated to three major national and international registers of endangered sites. Located in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, the Cathedral is the […]

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Andrew Scott Dolkart on Morningside Heights, November 2!

Andrew Dolkart Presentation on Morningside Heights

Morningside Park A Scenic Landmark?

From amNewYork Community seeks bump in status for Morningside ParkBy Vera HalleramNewYork Editor April 9, 2007Rugged in both topography and reputation, Morningside Park in upper Manhattan is poised to get the respect its supporters say it has long deserved. Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission will hold a hearing on the city Parks Department’s request to […]

Community protests St. John the Divine Developments

Ordinarily we let news stories pass without comment and speak for themselves but a little history is called for here. It was at the behest of the Morningside Heights Historic District Committee that the designation of the Close of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine was turned back at the City Council, which had […]

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