Storefronts in Landmarked Buildings and Historic Districts: What You Need to Know

Thursday, September 12 6:30pm
The Washington Square Institute, 41 E 11th Street, 4th Floor

As you know, stores and commercial spaces provide important services, products, jobs, and character to our neighborhoods and communities. Small businesses in landmarked buildings and historic districts have many wonderful assets, while also having NYC Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC) rules to follow. The LPC recently released guidelines to help business owners get approval for changes and better understand the regulations.

Join us for a presentation and opportunity to ask your questions with LPC Deputy Director of Preservation William Neeley and LPC Deputy Counsel John Weiss about the new guidelines and how small businesses can survive and thrive in landmarked buildings.

Small business owners and merchants are especially encouraged to attend!  Tell a friend.

FREE, registration is required


With thanks to all of the co-sponsors: Manhattan Community Boards 2 and 3, Cooper Square Committee, East Village Community Coalition, East Village Independent Merchant’s Association, Historic Districts Council, Meatpacking District Business Improvement District, NoHo Business Improvement District, NoHo Neighborhood Association, SoHo Alliance, SoHo Village, the Greenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of Commerce, and the Village Alliance, Village Preservation.

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