A step-by-step guide to advocating for an historic district in your neighborhood.
The Historic Districts Council is organizing a tour of the Loews Valencia on Oct. 4.
Preservationists want the city to stop tipping off owners when their buildings may be landmarked.
Five other city neighborhoods are also being targeted for preservation by the Historic Districts Council.
The City College plan would add three stories to a historic townhouse on Convent Avenue.
Preservationists want to prevent Town & Village Synagogue on East 14th Street from being demolished.
Nearly 30 percent of properties are designated as landmarks, making Manhattan too expensive, REBNY said.
The historic neighborhood does not have its share of historic designations, advocates say.
CB 10, which covers Central Harlem, has unveiled its first comprehensive preservation plan.
The City Council is considering a new law that would water down landmarking rules, preservationists say.
Preservationists on the Upper East Side fear that green zoning changes will bring visual blight.
A beachside community in Far Rockaway is welcoming newcomers who are restoring its historic bungalows.
An influential preservation group will name the gantries as one of its 2012 “Six to Celebrate” sites.
A vacant lot where a century-old church once stood is set to become a new Marriott hotel.
East Harlem has at least 19 buildings worthy of landmark status and the assets to support two potential historic districts.
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