The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to protect the Town & Village Synagogue.
Preservationists want the city to stop tipping off owners when their buildings may be landmarked.
The working group's plan outlines development at the site despite neighbors' opposition.
The Stonewall Inn and Julius' should be recognized for their role in the LGBT movement, GVSHP said.
Elected officials, community advocates and actor John Leguizamo held a press conference on Friday.
Caffe Reggio and the Little Red School House fall within the historic area.
Preservationists want to prevent Town & Village Synagogue on East 14th Street from being demolished.
The park may soon be able to sell its air rights to nearby development sites.
Jeanne Manford, founder of the LGBT allies' group, held its first meeting on 13th Street 40 years ago.
A wedge-shaped residential tower could rise on Sixth Avenue at Broome Street.
Groups say bodies from Old St. Patrick's Cathedral Cemetery could still be under shuttered EV church.
The City Council and Trinity Real Estate altered the plan to transform the lower west side.
A City Council agreement gives no legal protection to the food concourse.
The state historic preservation office recognized the bar for its role in the LGBT-rights movement.
West Side residents urged Trinity Real Estate to change their designs for Hudson Square.
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