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Conservancy Participates in Manhattan Borough President’s Outreach

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Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Landmark and historic district designation can trigger financial incentives for building owners. The Conservancy was pleased to

Conservancy’s Loan Program Approves Four New Projects

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The Historic Properties Fund Board welcomed Mark Weber as the new Fund Director at its April 26th board meeting, where

State Income Tax Credit for Qualified Property Owners

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Conservancy Staff Obtain State Income Tax Credits for Qualified Property Owners As part of the services that come with loans

New York Studio School

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National Historic Landmark Cuts Ribbon on Restoration Project Assisted by Conservancy The Landmarks Conservancy participated in ribbon-cutting ceremonies last week

Prospect Cemetery Revitalization Initiative

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Completion of a 15 Year Endeavor Since 1999, the Conservancy has been a partner in the Prospect Cemetery Revitalization Initiative,

Protecting a 17th Century Wooden Meeting House from Fire

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Friends Meeting House, 37-16 Northern Boulevard, Queens The Conservancy’s involvement with the Friends Meeting House dates back to 1988 –

Church of the Resurrection, Richmond Hill/Kew Gardens Gets a New Copper Roof

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The Church of the Resurrection is an Episcopal Parish founded as a mission of Grace Church, Jamaica in 1866 and

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