Hundreds of Thousands of 1940’s Tax Photos are Now Available to View Online!
The owners of the CITY & SUBURBAN HOMES FIRST AVENUE ESTATE continue to claim that they cannot make a profit on this property, and still seek to demolish two landmark buildings. They have submitted additional material to the Landmarks Preservation Commission that will be presented at a public meeting scheduled for Tuesday, October 29th at 1:30pm.
Although testimony from the public will not be permitted at this meeting, we anticipate that the record will remain open for a couple of weeks, during which time written statements may be submitted. Please attend the meeting and send your letter of OPPOSITION to:
Chair Robert Tierney
New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission
One Centre Street, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10007
We urgently need your support again. Please consider contributing toward this important effort to save the First Avenue Estate, and the future of every New York City landmark.
- “720,000 New York City tax photos from 1940 are now digitized so you can find your building online.” by Michelle Cohen, 6sqft, November 5, 2018.
- “The 1940 Tax Photos-A Well-Traveled Collection.” by Kelli O’Toole, New York Department of Information Services Blog, November 2, 2018.