NoHo

HDC@LPC July 8, 2014

Item 3 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 157412- Block 8020, lot 6- 10 Richmond Road – Douglaston Historic District A Colonial Revival style house built in 1966. Application is to legalize repaving the driveway, sidewalk, and gutter, enlarging and repaving the front walkway, rebuilding the entrance steps, and rebuilding the driveway retaining wall without […]

HDC's New Maps!!

http://www.communitywalk.com/historic_districts_council/historic_districts_council/map/1007962 HDC’s new maps with our Six to Celebrate neighborhoods, Neighborhoods at risk, and recently designated districts. HDC is proud to work with so many diverse neighborhoods throughout New York City. View our website for information on these and other neighborhoods HDC is working with. http://hdc.org/  http://hdc.org/neighborhoodatrisk.htm

LPC Ready To Move on NoHo; Demoliiton Plans Delayed

Developer Cries Foul as Landmarks Panel Delays NoHo ProjectBY BRADLEY HOPE – Staff Reporter of the SunJanuary 3, 2008URL: http://www.nysun.com/article/68867 In an unusual move, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission is refusing to give clearance to a developer seeking to build an as-of-right apartment building in NoHo. Adam Gordon is planning to tear down […]

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Gansevoort, St. Vincent’s, NoHo & South Village Updates

from the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservationhttp://www.gvshp.org/ Gansevoort Market Update: GVSHP continues the fight against the proliferation of illegal billboards in the Meatpacking District, and throughout our neighborhoods (see www.gvshp.org/GansvBlbd.htm ). We have some good news to report on that front – two illegal billboards we targeted have recently been removed. The first covered […]

At long last, NoHo 3?

From the NoHo Neighborhood Association Last night Councilman Gerson announced the long-awaited Public Meeting to announce designation of NoHo III. Chairman Tierney and the Councilman will present the designation for discussion. WE NEED AN ENORMOUS TURNOUT if we are to save what we have left and to keep contextual the many new sites in planning […]

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NoHo Gets Screwed

From our friends over at Curbed: “I live on Great Jones between Bowery and Lafayette, and my neighbors put a DOB permit copy on our bulletin board stating that 30 Great Jones is being taken down to the second floor. Deconstruction has already begun with the exterior fire escape. We walked by there a day […]

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Learn about one of NoHo’s most imposing landmarks

From Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, http://www.gvshp.org/ Lecture with Author Irene Tichenor on the DeVinne Press BuildingTuesday, September 25th6:30pm-8:00pmThird Street Music School235 East 11th StreetFree. Reservations Required.RSVP: 212-475-9585 x 35 or rsvp@gvshp.org. Known as “the Fortress” in its heyday, the massive brick and terra cotta building on the northeast corner of Lafayette and Fourth […]

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New Flash Tour of NoHo and NoHo’s landmarks

A new edition of the NoHo News is up at http://www.nohomanhattan.org/ , but do stop at the home page and see the new flash tour.There is another on the Landmarks page at http://www.nohomanhattan.org/NoHo%20Landmarks.htm

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NoHo 3?

Somehow I missed this when it came out. Thanks to www.nohomanhattan.org for pointing this out. April 5, 2007 Edition City To Examine NoHo for Historic DistrictingLand UseBY ELIOT BROWN – Special to the SunApril 5, 2007URL: http://www.nysun.com/article/51894 The city is examining a request to create a new historic district in NoHo, potentially adding to the […]

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Events At & For the Merchant’s House

From Merchant’s House Museum29 East Fourth StreetNew York, NY 10003212-777-1089 www.merchantshouse.org Sunday, April 1, Noon to 5 pmNo April Foolin’, Admission Today is Free Be the first to take a tour of our new family-friendly exhibition, “Don’t Be Fooled”: A Mid-19th Century Mix Up. See if you can identify all the “hidden” objects. Then enjoy […]

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