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GVSHP offers a variety of tools to help you learn more about the history and culture of our neighborhoods, help in the fight to preserve Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo, and find out more about preservation in New York City and beyond. For more information about GVSHP’s specific preservation projects, please visit the preservation page.

Historic District and Individual Landmark Designation Reports, Maps,
  and Photos
GVSHP’s Blog: Off the Grid
Landmarks Applications Webpage
Village History
Research and Collections
GVSHP’s Preservation Oral History Project
Remembering the pioneers of Village preservation
On-line Neighborhood Tours/Information
Resources for Property Owners
Maps
Find the Elected Officials Who Represent You
Historic Preservation Resources Beyond the Village
League of Preservation Voters
Historic Preservation 101: What is a Landmark?
Landmarking 101: Common Misconceptions
Landmarking and Affordability: Help or Hindrance?
How to find out if your building is a landmark




Village History:

Village history

Gay and lesbian history of the Village



Research and Collections:

Guide to researching the Village

Designation reports, photos, and maps of Village landmarks

GVSHP library and archive information

GVSHP’s Preservation Oral History Project

GVSHP’s Memory Book

Pioneers of Greenwich Village preservation

Census data for Community Boards 2 and 3



On-line Neighborhood Tours/Information:

Far West Village virtual tour

Historic Gansevoort Market walking tour

South Village virtual tour

The Federal-Era rowhouse of Lower Manhattan

Interview with GVSHP Executive Director Andrew Berman and
  author Lorna Graham about the character and history of
  Greenwich Village

Interview with GVSHP Executive Director Andrew Berman about
   the state of historic preservation

Environmental Impact Statement—Proposed East Village/Lower
  East Side Rezoning, Oct. 2008: Text & Maps and Photos

Interactive neighborhood map

GVSHP’s preservation projects



Resources for Property Owners:

GVSHP’s Design Review Guidelines for Proposed New
  Construction, Alterations, and Demolition in Historic Districts

Landmarks Preservation Commission Permit Application Guide

Landmarks Preservation Commission Owner’s Guide

Application forms to work on a landmark building

Resources for finding a contractor, consultant, supplier, etc.

Financial resources for restoration of historic properties

Report on positive influence of landmarking on property values

The Building Next Door: The Impact of Construction on Adjacent Buildings

How to find out if your building is a landmark



Maps:

Historic Greenwich Village maps

NYC Department of City Planning zoning map index

Interactive neighborhood map

Map of GVSHP Accomplishments



Historic Preservation Resources Beyond the Village:

Community preservation organizations

City-wide preservation organizations

NYC agencies

Elected officials for the Village

State and National Preservation offices

PropertyShark



Preservation Voters:

League of Preservation Voters




GVSHP offers an array of historic preservation and research resources.

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