The Historic Districts Council’s Summer Mixers!

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The Historic Districts Council’s Summer Mixers!

Join fellow preservationists and activists in your neighborhood for a spirited meet-up to share the latest in district development and preservation news.

Summer in New York is typically the time when large-scale plans are proposed, and this Summer is no different.  The City Planning Commission’s proposal for “Zoning for Quality and Affordability” is making its way through the public review process as a number of neighborhoods are studied for housing development and the Landmarks Preservation Commission is still studying its proposal to deal with the 100 properties awaiting action.

We’re hosting community parties in every borough for concerned advocates to catch up, discuss happenings in their neighborhoods, and plan ahead in order to strengthen the voice of their community.

Bring news, petitions and information about what’s going on in your area! The program is free, but reservations are required.


 To RSVP for a Summer Mixer click here 

 Bronx and Manhattan



Manhattan: Thursday 7/30 at 6pm (Morris-Jumel Mansion: 65 Jumel Terrace, Manhattan)



Bronx: Monday 7/ 27 at 6pm (The Bronx Museum of the Arts: 1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx)

Staten Island: Sunday  7/12 at 11am (Alice Austen House: 2 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island)

Brooklyn: Thursday 7/ 16 at 6pm (Akwaaba Mansion: 347 MacDonough Street, Brooklyn)

Queens: Tuesday 7/21 at 6pm (Flushing Town Hall: 137-35 Northern Boulevard, Flushing)

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