Watercolor on paper by Frederick Brosen. Courtesy of Hirshl & Adler Gallery, New York. 'Gansevoort Street' (2007). From GVSHP's book, Greenwich Village Stories.
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Image depicts the Gansevoort Market Historic District, proposed for landmark designation by GVSHP in 2000, designated in
2003, and listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places in 2007.

Thank you to all our members.

Since 2003, your support has allowed us to help secure landmark designation of over 1,100 buildings, including ten new historic districts and historic district extensions, and more than forty individual landmarks, as well as community-friendly contextual rezonings of nearly one hundred blocks.

You allow us to educate thousands of young people, regardless of need or ability to pay, through our Children’s Education program.

You enable us to research, document, and celebrate the incredible architectural and cultural history of the Village, East Village, and NoHo.

You permit us to celebrate and support the small businesses, cultural institutions, civic groups and individuals who make our neighborhoods so special.

You make it possible for us to monitor everyone one of more than 6,500 building lots in our neighborhoods every day for new demolition, construction, and alteration permits, so we can respond to threats immediately.

And so much more.




The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation
232 East 11 Street, New York, NY 10003 : 212.475.9585 : gvshp@gvshp.org


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