Reminder! New CB1 Committee to Discuss Seaport Tuesday, April 18!

CB1's new Waterfronts, Parks and Resiliency Committee will discuss development of the Seaport at its meeting tomorrow, April 18. Show the committee how important the Seaport is by coming to that meeting. Let's find out what's happening with the Seaport Museum (we're still waiting for a commitment to funding!) and the New Market site (long silence from the Howard Hughes Corp.!). Details: CB1 Waterfront, Parks & Resiliency Committee Meeting Tuesday, April 18, 6pm Community Board 1 Conference Room 1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North Here’s the agenda: 1) ...

Read More


Seaport on CB1 Agenda April 18

Community Board 1 has a new Waterfronts, Parks and Resiliency Committee, and development of the Seaport is on the agenda for its meeting April 18. We urge you to come to that meeting, to find out what’s going on and to let the committee know how much we care about the future of the Seaport Museum and the development of the district. The long silence from the Howard Hughes Corp. about the New Market site and the continuing lack of commitment to the Museum for funding and piers should have us all concerned. This is a good chance to size up the new committee and find ...

Read More


Show your love for your favorite maritime museum!

The more people who are advocating (via the City's active culture planning process) for the South Street Seaport Museum's programs, the better. Please help. http://createnyc.org/en/speak-up/

Read More


HDC offers NYC preservation classes in April

This April our friends and allies at the Historic Districts Council are offering a series of classes on preservation in New York City - the what, where, how, when….and you. See the attached for details: Preservation School Wednesday, April 5:  Preservation 101 & Basics of Land Use Planning in NYC (Instructor: Tara Kelly) REGISTER Wednesday, April 12: NYC Architectural Styles & How to Research Buildings 2 AIA Approved LU/HSW Credits/ 2 NY State Licensing Credits (Instructor: Gregory Dietrich) REGISTER  $100 for AIA credit Wednesday, April ...

Read More


Announcing: HDC Annual Conference – Open to the Public

This year, the Historic Districts Council is changing things up for their annual conference by introducing a format that is participant driven. All attendees are invited to lead sessions on the topic of their choice related to historic preservation in New York City. We welcome you to visit the HDC website for more information and to register for the day-long conference. HDC's 23rd Annual Preservation Conference Open to the Public- Making Our Voices Heard Saturday, March 4th, 2017 9:00AM to 4:00PM New York Law School – 185 West Broadway, New York, NY ...

Read More