Six to Celebrate

Bay Ridge Art Deco Tour!

Explore stunning Art Deco and much much more in beautiful Bay Ridge on Saturday, July 15 at 3 pm Saturday, July 15 3 pm    Join us on a sail from the Wall Street area to the Brooklyn neighborhood that hugs the harbor, Bay Ridge; with its sweeping views of Lower Manhattan, Staten Island and […]

Mott Haven Tour

FREE-Explore the Historic South Bronx – Sunday, July 9th, 1:00pm; meet at 138th Street & Alexander Ave Time: 1PM Date: July 9th Start location: 138th Street & Alexander Ave Come and enjoy a free guided walking tour of Mott Haven -a 2017 Six to Celebrate award recipient. On this tour you will visit three historic districts […]

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Six to Celebrate Tour- Port Morris

Come celebrate Bronx week with HDC and the Friends of Brook Park on a tour around Port Morris! 5/21 Sunday, May 21, 2017 11:00 AM For more information and to register go to our Six to Celebrate website 

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A day-long conference focused on West Harlem’s resilience-Saturday, April 29, 2017 9AM-5PM HARLEM & THE FUTURE:  Preserving Culture & Sustaining Historic Character in a Changing Environment   Join us at a day-long conference focused on West Harlem’s resilience in the face of neighborhood change. Today, what do you think of when you think of Harlem? Will […]

Hart Island Project Lecture

Founder of The Hart Island Project, Melinda Hunt will present a public lecture on April 24th at 6:30pm The Historic Districts Council presents a public lecture by artist Melinda Hunt, founder of The Hart Island Project. New York University College of Arts and Science Silver Center, Room 300 100 Washington Square East New York (Enter on […]

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Join HDC and Francis Morrone for a comprehensive look at the immigrant history of the Upper East Side of Manhattan YORKVILLE’S IMMIGRATION HISTORY: Saturday, April 1 at 2:00PM Saturday, May 6 at 2:00PM Saturday, June 3 at 2:00PM   Join HDC and Francis Morrone for a comprehensive look at a curiously under-recognized swatch of New […]

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Six to Celebrate App

  HDC now has a Six to Celebrate app! All the amazing information in the walking tour brochures is now available right on your phone (or tablet). You can learn about the history of each Six to Celebrate neighborhood along with additional information about specific sites within each neighborhood. Now all you have to do is […]

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2017 Six to Celebrate Launch Party

Each year, we select six community preservation initiatives for ongoing guidance and support. Join us! 2017 Six to Celebrate Launch Party! Calvary-St. George’s Parish Hall 61 Gramercy Park North, Manhattan Wednesday, February, 15, 2017 6pm Friends $20 / General Admission $25   2017 Six to Celebrate: Chelsea, Manhattan Corona-East Elmhurst, Queens  Hart Island, The Bronx […]

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Six to Celebrate 2017

Be one of HDC’s 2017 Six to Celebrate ! Applications are now being accepted, they are due Dec. 2nd   Preserve Your Neighborhood! Apply at by December 2, 2016 Apply at by December 2, 2016 Support is provided in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in […]

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Fort Independence Park Nominated for State and National Register District

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