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Emergency Preservation Grants

Stabilization Begins at Olmsted House

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UPDATE: January 2020 Stabilization work will commence at the Olmsted-Beil House on January 9. After a long process of obtaining

Guyon Tavern Saved and Restored

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Restoration work has been completed on the 1819 Guyon Tavern, part of Historic Richmond Town on Staten Island. In April

Conservancy Finishes Emergency Repairs at Historic Weeksville

Emergency Preservation Grants

UPDATE: July, 2019 Weeksville’s historic Hunterfly Road Houses are now watertight thanks to a $24,000 Conservancy emergency grant. Expert carpenters

Emergency Grants Help Nonprofit Groups With Building Emergencies

Emergency Preservation Grants

We can act quickly to help non-profits with building emergencies. Our latest two grants helped a music school in Manhattan

Conservancy Emergency Grant Goes to Harlem Stage Gatehouse

Emergency Preservation Grants

Harlem Stage has received a $17,500 Emergency Preservation Grant for urgent repairs to the roof of its historic home—the Croton

Sandy Assistance Update

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South Street Seaport Museum / Bowne & Co. Stationers October 29, 2013 – A Year After Sandy A year after

Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, Pelham Bay Park, Bronx

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Operated by the Historic House Trust of New York City, the Bartow-Pell Mansion (1836 – 42) is among the earliest

Historic Richmond Town, Staten Island

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Historic Richmond Town (HRT) covers over 100 acres of land in Staten Island and includes over 30 historic buildings from

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