The Chairman’s Award is presented annually to a business leader or company who have demonstrated a commitment to the preservation and revitalization of New York City’s historic architecture. We are proud to honor those whose work breathes life into the unique character of our beloved City.See Past Events
The New York Landmarks Conservancy recognizes New Yorkers who have made outstanding contributions to the City and honors them as Living Landmarks at our fall gala.Learn More
The Lucy G. Moses Awards are the Conservancy’s highest honors for outstanding preservation efforts, named for a dedicated New Yorker whose generosity benefited the City for more than 50 years.See Past Events
Experience the remarkable architecture, art, and history of New York's diverse religious institutions.See Past Events
Celebrate the New York Landmarks Conservancy’s 50th anniversary by experiencing the 50 at 50 exhibition. Explore our most iconic, memorable successes in preserving and protecting the architecture that helps make New York singularly unique.
Professional Circle members go behind-the-scenes of some of New York’s most interesting historic properties. Some tours require hard hats to visit projects during restoration, while others showcase completed restorations of commercial buildings, residences, museums, churches, and synagogues. On occasion, conservators, engineers, and craftspeople open their studios to our Professional Circle members.
Informative general interest tours are open to all members.
To promote understanding of preservation issues, the Conservancy presents workshops and seminars for the general public, property owners, and industry professionals throughout the year. AIA Continuing Education Units are often available to eligible participants. Recent topics have included asset management and financial literacy; historic preservation tax credits; sustainability and energy efficiency in older buildings; and fire prevention.