First Houses – A Monument of the Past – A Model for the Future?

From the Neighborhood Preservation Center, [email protected] n

We hope you can join us Thursday, December 6th for a lecture about the landmarked First Houses presented by real esate attorney Warren Shaw.

This event is co-sponsored with The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation.

First Houses – A Monument of the Past – A Model for the Future?
Thursday, December 6th; 6:30pm
St. Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery; Parish Hall
131 East 10th Street

Real estate attorney Warren Shaw will discuss the history and importance of America’s first publicly-sponsored housing complex for the poor, the East Village’s landmarked First Houses.

The First Houses were designated a NYC landmark in 1974. As part of the Center’s joint project with the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission to provide free public online access to the City’s entire collection of landmark designation reports, the First Houses designation report is available on our website. Click here to view.

Contact the Center for reservations at [email protected] or 212-228-2781.

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