Here's the Save Our Seaport statement from Monday's Peck Slip meeting. Click here for details.
The future of Peck Slip will be the subject of a presentation and community discussion sponsored by Community Board 1 this Monday, September 25, at 6:00 PM in the Southbridge Towers Community Room (90 Beekman Street). Our input and participation are requested. Let’s be heard! Click here for details.
See anything missing? We do..... History, maritime, museum, waterfront, tall ships and historic vessels, landmark neighborhood...everything that makes the South Street Seaport Historic District unique!
NYC Council Member Margaret Chin and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer have announced two new grants for ship maintenance and educational programming for the South Street Seaport Museum. $500,000 has been set aside in the City's Capital Budget to begin what is rumored to be as much as $4 MM in repairs to the Lightship Ambrose, a 110 year old National Historic Landmark. LV 87, her proper name, once served as a floating lighthouse marking Ambrose Channel, guiding ships into New York Harbor. In 2012 workers repaired the Ambrose's steel-plated hull and applied a ...
Did you get your chance to shape the cultural map of New York City? It’s not too late! Take a moment to make a difference -say some good words about the South Street Seaport Museum, the Historic District, and the ships on the waterfront! What do they mean to you, what do they mean to New York? We can make ourselves heard at CreateNYC. Just click on this link: http://createnyc.org/en/speak-up/recommendation/ and share your thoughts. Culture doesn’t just hang on walls, it lives, it performs, it prints, it carves, and it sails!