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Large-Scale Initiatives

Community Facilities Reform
East Village
Far West Village
Federal Era Rowhouses
Gansevoort Market Historic District
Historic Plaque Program
Hudson River Park Pier Air Rights
Hudson Square
NoHo
NYU
REBNY, Landmarking & Affordability
Reforming the Landmarking Process
South Village
Trump “Condo-Hotel”
   
 

Individual Initiatives

101 Avenue A Landmark Proposal
186 Spring Street
233-237 Bleecker Street
326 & 328 East 4th Street
35 Cooper Square
40-56 10th Avenue Glass Tower Variance Application
43 MacDougal Street—Saving Landmark House from Deterioration
437 West 13th Street tower
9/11 Memorial Care
Chelsea Market
Congregation Mezritch Synagogue, 415 East 6th Street
Fire Patrol #2, 84 West 3rd Street
Illegal Billboards
Improving LPC Public Communications
Jane Street Triangle Renovation
Jefferson Market Library Restoration
Mary Help of Christians Church
MTA Mulry Square Emergency Ventilation Plant
New School Building—“Signature Plan, 14th Street & 5th Avenue”
Provincetown Playhouse
P.S. 64/Old Charas Cultural Center
Russian Orthodox Cathedral in the East Village
Silver Towers
St. Luke’s Block
St. Vincent’s / Rudin Development Plans
Tifereth Israel/Town & Village Synagogue
Village Theaters
Westbeth




122 Greenwich Avenue
widgetspacer 128 East 13th Street—former Frank Stella Studios / Horse Auction Mart
75 Morton Street
848 Washington Street
Annie Leibovitz Properties
Buildings Department proposed rule change to challenges to building permits
C6-1 Rezoning in the Far West Village
Circle in the Square Theater
Correcting Department of Building Landmark Records
Dorms for Hire—Ban Upheld
East 12th Street Dorm / St. Ann’s Church
East Village Rezoning
Illegal Locksmith Stickers
Jefferson Market Library Restoration
Landmarks Preservation Commission Funding
M8 Bus
Pier 40
Post Office Air Rights Issue/Section 106 Review
Preservation Voters
Save State tax credits for preservation rehab
Stonewall National Register District
Stuyvesant Polyclinic
Superior Inks Building
Tunnel Garage, Spring and Broome Streets—1922-2006
Webster Hall
West 11th Street Condo / Julian Schnabel
Yiddish Art Theater (former), 189 2nd Avenue





GVSHP “Preservation Watch” program—a way to help ensure that serious landmarks violations are reported and the landmarks law enforced, and to preserve our neighborhood’s historic integrity.
Report a violation now!



Preservation leadership is GVSHP’s most important function. The organization acts as a liaison between the Village community and the many city agencies that have jurisdiction over historic architecture and parks, maintaining relationships with the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, the Parks Department, the Department of City Planning, the Department of Transportation, the Manhattan Borough President’s office, as well as numerous local block associations and civic groups. GVSHP’s professional staff helps to maintain the neighborhood’s historic districts by providing information about landmarks regulations to homeowners, reporting violations of the landmarks law to the Commission, and serving on numerous special interest committees related to architecture and quality of life. GVSHP’s preservation committee monitors preservation issues, meeting with city officials and leaders from other preservation organizations to offer its resources and its point of view. GVSHP also assists the community in the restoration of Village buildings by consulting with homeowners on the hiring of preservation architects, conservators, contractors, and consultants.




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