The Architectural and Cultural Heritage
of Greenwich Village,
the East Village, and Lower East Side:
The Socio-Economic Forces that Shaped New York City’s Urban Design, the Historic Preservation Movement, Zoning Regulatory Reforms and
Fair Housing Anti-Discrimination Laws
A Continuing Education Course for Real Estate Brokers
This three-day 22.5-hour course shakes up the usual continuing education routine with real life examples, walking tours, and museum visits.
Classes take place in the garden conference room of the historic Neighborhood Preservation Center, conveniently located at 232 East 11th Street bewteen 2nd & 3rd Avenues. See Map
Presented with support from
Frank W. Cronin
Premier Mortgage Consultant
USA Mortgage Sales
New York, NY 10019
8:45 A.M. to 5:30/6:00 P.M.
Wednesday, September 5
Wednesday, September 12
Wednesday, September 19
This is a 22.5 hour course. Registrants must complete all three days.
Course fee includes all three days (22.5 total hours) of classes and admission costs for walking tours and museums,
plus breakfast and snacks. Lunch is not provided.
Taught by a wonderful mix of professionals from the field, you will experience our downtown neighborhoods’ exciting history through afternoon walking tours led by one of Travel & Leisure magazine’s “Best Tour Guides,” with visits to the Merchant’s House Museum, the
Tenement Museum, and the Eldridge Street Synagogue.
Course topics include:
Historic preservation and the importance of the New York City Landmarks Law for both brokers and buyers
The influence of Classical architecture on the stylistic developments of townhouses, apartment buildings, and tenements
The evolution of regulatory reforms and zoning laws that shaped urban design and building types in the context of socio-economic, cultural, and political forces.
The realities of working with the Department of Buildings (DOB) and other NYC regulatory bodies today
Department of State mandated three-hour course on Fair Housing and Discrimination
We are now sold out for this continuing education program.
If you would like to add your name to the wait-list in the event a space becomes available, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 475-9585 ext. 39.
SOLD OUT : $175 GVSHP members
SOLD OUT : $225 Non-members (includes GVSHP membership)
Administrative Policies — Please Read
Registration Cancellation/Refund Policies: Cancellations must be received in writing at GVSHP a minimum of three business days prior to the start of the course to receive a refund. A $25 service fee will be assessed on any refunded monies. NO REFUNDS or CREDIT will be given for NO-SHOWS.
Course Cancellation Policy: GVSHP reserves the right to cancel the course if a minimum enrollment of 15 is not met.
Continuing Education Requirements: All real estate licensees must take 22½ hours of NYS continuing education credits every 2 years in order to maintain their license. Effective for renewals on or after July 1, 2008, the 22½ hours of required continuing education credit must include at least three hours of instruction pertaining to fair housing and/or discrimination in the sale or rental of real property or an interest in real property. This course contains the required 3 hours.
Course Requirements/Completion: No licensed person shall receive credit for any course or course module presented in a class-room setting if he or she is absent from the classroom, during any instructional period, for a period or periods totaling more than 10 percent of the time prescribed for the course. Once the course is completed and all requirements are met, certificates will be sent via mail within 5-10 business days. GVSHP also informs the Department of State upon completion of a course. However, the student is responsible for the renewal of their license with the Department of State.
Admission Policy: The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation does not base course fees, entrance standards, or standards for successful completion of a course on a student’s race, color, sex, religion, national origin, handicap or familial status.
Course approved by the New York Department of State for 22.5 continuing education credits.