Hundreds of Thousands of 1940’s Tax Photos are Now Available to View Online!
A special thanks to all our FRIENDS and colleagues who attended yesterday’s hardship application hearing at the Landmarks Preservation Commission!
We were so grateful to hear from Council Member Jessica Lappin, State Assembly Member Micah Kellner, State Senator Liz Krueger, Historic Districts Council, the Municipal Art Society of New York, New York Landmarks Conservancy, Society for the Architecture of the City, Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, Carnegie Hill Neighbors, East Sixties Neighborhood Association, East 79th Street Neighborhood Association, Friends of the First Avenue Estate, and of course, all of our devoted neighbors and residents. Your testimony and your presence made an enormous impact, we couldn’t have done it without you!
Did you miss the hearing?
Visit the First Avenue Estate page on our web site for more information, or read recent articles covering this story to catch up on the latest:
- Stahl’s Plan to Demolish a Landmark Might be Falling Apart by Jeremiah Budin. Curbed, June 12, 2013.
- UES Landlord and Preservation Group to Meet Before LPC Over Apartment Demolitions by Billy Gray. Commercial Observer, June 11, 2013.
- Fate of 2 historic UES tenements weighed by Matt Chaban. Crain’s, June 10, 2013.
- Landlord Seeks Demolition, Argues Buildings Aren’t Profitable by Hana R. Alberts. Curbed, June 10, 2013.