Harlem

HDC@LPC November 13, 2012

Item 40 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Manhattan 133914- Block 1406, lot 11- 123 East 71st Street – Upper East Side Historic District An Italianate style residence built c. 1865, and heavily altered in 1904 by Thomas Nash. Application is to construct a rooftop addition. HDC feels adding a mansard roof with dormers is certainly [...]

Cultural Medallion July 17th – Richard Wright & Odetta

Today’s event was truly inspirational as we honored two notable leaders, activists and individuals.  A large crowd surrounded the home of Richard Wright in Fort Greene, Brooklyn and then again at the home of Odetta in East Harlem to honor the lives and spirits of these creative and empowering people.

Harlem’s Historic Mount Morris Park House Tour

Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association Presents Its 23rd Tour Highlighting One of the City’s Most Storied and Treasured Neighborhoods June 10, 2012, 11 AM – 4 PM History buffs, architecture enthusiasts and lovers of Harlem and its historical landscape will be treated to the 23rd annual Mount Morris Park House Tour, on June 10, [...]

April 24, 2012

Item 25 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 125776- Block 1750, lot 34- 81 East 125th Street – Mount Morris Bank, Individual Landmark A Queen Anne/Romanesque Revival style bank building designed by Lamb and Rich and built in 1883-84 and enlarged 1889-90. Application is to reconstruct the partially demolished building. Sitting on a prominent corner [...]

The 22nd Annual Mount Morris Park House Tour

Six to Celebrate Tour Mount Morris Park–TOMORROW!!

http://hdc.org/6tocelebrate-tour-mount-morris.htm Come join us for a series of tours throughout 2011, highlighting our Six to Celebrate neighborhoods. The residential area surrounding Mount Morris Park in Harlem includes elegant rowhouses and larger apartment buildings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries in Romanesque Revival, Neo-Grec and Queen Anne styles. Come join tour leader John Reddick [...]

Walking tour of Mount Morris Park–TOMORROW!!

Walking tour of Mount Morris Park http://hdc.org/6tocelebrate-tour-mount-morris.htm Come join us for a series of tours throughout 2011, highlighting our Six to Celebrate neighborhoods. The residential area surrounding Mount Morris Park in Harlem includes elegant rowhouses and larger apartment buildings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries in Romanesque Revival, Neo-Grec and Queen Anne styles. [...]

Harlem's Historic Mount Morris Park 22nd Signature Annual House Tour

Sunday, June 12 from 11 AM to 4 PM! We are celebrating 40 years as New York City’s 19th neighborhood to be recognized of the over 125 since 1965 when Mayor Robert Wagner established the Landmarks Preservation Commission in response to New Yorkers’ growing concern that important historic, aesthetic, and cultural elements of the city’s [...]

Harlem’s Historic Mount Morris Park 22nd Signature Annual House Tour

Sunday, June 12 from 11 AM to 4 PM! We are celebrating 40 years as New York City’s 19th neighborhood to be recognized of the over 125 since 1965 when Mayor Robert Wagner established the Landmarks Preservation Commission in response to New Yorkers’ growing concern that important historic, aesthetic, and cultural elements of the city’s [...]

Upcoming Event: 19th Annual Mount Morris Park Home Tour

The kitchen is the heart of the home and we’re opening ours to you… …along with our parlours, living rooms, dining rooms, decks– and even some spots in between. Don’t miss this once-a-year chance to step inside the much sought-after townhouses and brownstones of Historic Central Harlem. Sunday, June 8, 2008 11 AM – 4 [...]

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