Here’s a chance to say some good words about the South Street Seaport Museum, the Historic District and the ships on the waterfront! Let’s make ourselves heard at the CreateNYC Manhattan Workshop! Culture doesn’t just hang on walls, it lives, it performs, it prints, it carves, and it sails! Tuesday night, December 20 at Harlem Stage, 150 Convent Avenue, an opportunity to help save our seaport… uptown! Click here for the event information.
Save Our Seaport met Tuesday night and heard encouraging news about the South Street Seaport Museum. We also worked on keeping the “Seaport” and the “Historic” in the South Street Seaport Historic District. There will be more to do!
The next meeting of Save Our Seaport will be Tuesday, December 6, 6:30 pm, in the Southbridge Towers Community Meeting Room. All supporters of SOS are welcome.
We’ve toppled the tower, Wavertree is the pride of Pier 16,but there are still no lights or AC in historic Schermerhorn Row.Now we can secure the future for the South Street Seaport Museum and the South Street Seaport Historic District, the waterfront, and its ships. This is no time to be complacent,Join Save Our Seaport today….(Please see our new By-Laws in the resources section of the SOS website.)
New York City Planning Chairman Carl Weisbrod has responded to Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer's concerns about the Minor Modification Pier 17 Land-Use application in an October 25th letter. This follows a Community Board One resolution that mirrored the concerns of SAVE OUR SEAPORT. * HHC has now been told by the City that they MUST attend public CB1 meetings charged with monitoring the effects of rooftop events upon the surrounding community and be responsive to their findings. * HHC has been informed that it is ILLEGAL for their delivery trucks to be ...