Use this link to urge your City, State and Federal officials to tell Governor Hochul not to support the proposal.
It is also essential that you ask Chair Sarah Carroll of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission to schedule designation hearings for the eleven buildings deemed eligible for landmark status in the plan’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement.
A video of the panel discussion from February 17 is now available on the HDC’s YouTube channel. Please feel free to share it.
Our colleagues at Human Scale NYC have also prepared an action plan and petition
Please sign the petition below to tell our state officials you are opposed to the damaging Empire Station Complex redevelopment plan.
A detailed examination of what would be lost if the plan goes ahead.
Read Untapped New York’s article AT RISK: THE LANDMARK-ELIGIBLE BUILDINGS AROUND PENN STATION
“This list of buildings at risk includes not only the Penn Station Service Building (also known as the power plant or powerhouse) but a total of 10 buildings that could be eligible for New York City landmark designation and 38 buildings that could be eligible for State and/or National Register status. ”
Empire Station Coalition Members: 29th Street Association, City Club of NY, CNY NYC, Hell’s Kitchen Block Association, Historic Districts Council, Human-Scale NYC, RethinkNYC, Limited Equity and Affordability at Penn South, Midtown South Community Council, Penn-Area Residents Committee, TakeBackNYC, and the Victorian Society New York.