This spring we will be offering our continuing education program virtually. State real estate continuing education credit will be granted for participation.
Shake up your usual continuing education routine! Taught by a talented and knowledgeable mix of professionals in the field, you will learn about historic preservation, the NYC Landmark Law, and practical tips for brokers; the influence of Classical architecture on the stylistic development 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; and
the realities of working with the Department of Buildings (DOB) and other NYC regulatory bodies today.
This distance learning course includes virtual walking tours of Village neighborhoods and includes visits to the Merchant’s House Museum and the Eldridge Street Synagogue.
For the first time we are now offering special rates for non-real estate brokers who do not need to obtain the continuing education credits. If you sign up for this rate you will not receive the Department of State certification.
The Architectural and Cultural Heritage of Greenwich Village, the East Village, and Lower East Side
Spring 2020- 22.5 Hours-
Tuesday, May 5
Thursday, May 7
Tuesday, May 12
Thursday, May 14
Thursday, May 21
See a detailed class schedule here.
Includes required 3 hours of fair housing instruction and 1 hour of agency law.