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24 June 2013

IN THIS ISSUE

Latest Landmarks Applications in Your Neighborhood

GVSHP's Annual Meeting and Awards

Don't forget to attend the South Village Landmarking Hearing
tomorrow, June 25th starting at 2:30 pm
at the Landmarks Preservation Commission
More info here
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Latest Landmark Applications Available

 

GVSHP provides an ongoing record of all applications for changes to landmarked properties in our neighborhoods (Greenwich Village, NoHo, Gansevoort Market, the South Village, and the East Village) that require a public hearing before they can be approved. These proposals range from minor alterations to large additions, demolition, and new construction on landmarked sites.

 

Find out about the application, when the Community Board and NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission public hearings will take place, and how you can weigh in before decisions are made. You can also sign up for alerts to be notified of changes in the status of the application.    

 

The new applications below are scheduled to be heard in the near future at the Community Board, the LPC, or both. Click on each for more information.

CB2 hearing: 07/01/2013 LPC hearing: 07/09/2013
CB2 hearing: 07/01/2013 LPC hearing: 07/09/2013
CB2 hearing: 07/01/2013 LPC hearing: 07/09/2013

CB2 hearing: 07/01/2013 LPC hearing: 07/09/2013
CB2 hearing: 07/01/2013 LPC hearing: 07/09/2013

CB2 hearing: 07/01/2013 LPC hearing: 07/09/2013
CB2 hearing: 07/01/2013 LPC hearing: 07/09/2013
CB2 hearing: 07/01/2013 LPC hearing: 07/09/2013
CB2 hearing: 07/01/2013 LPC hearing: 07/09/2013

CB2 hearing: 07/01/2013 LPC hearing: 07/09/2013


To sign up for notifications of new landmarks applications, please click HERE.


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GVSHP's Annual Meeting and Awards

 

Thank you to the nearly five hundred people who joined us this Monday for GVSHP's 33rd Annual Meeting and the 23rd Annual Village Awards. The evening was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate some of our neighborhood's greatest people, places, businesses, and institutions, and to join with our members and trustees to look back at the past year in the life of the organizations and look ahead to the future.

 

The event is now available to review on our website here, including a video of the entire annual report and awards presentation, photos of the event, and presentations to each of the awardees and by GVSHP Executive Director Andrew Berman of the organization's accomplishments. Whether you missed the evening or just wish to relive this special event, we hope you'll take a look.


You help make it happen!


                

 

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Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation

232 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003 / (212) 475-9585

www.gvshp.org