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1772 Foundation Grant Helps Provide Restoration Work

The Conservancy’s Historic Properties Fund (HPF) has been awarded a $30,000 grant from the 1772 Foundation to assist in providing loans for restoration work throughout New York City. The Fund currently has eight projects in construction and planning in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. Three new loans approved by the Fund Board in December are in the works.

The 1772 Foundation has been a valuable supporter over several years through direct grants and program-related investments. We are grateful for their help in preserving the City’s diverse cultural heritage. The 1772 Foundation plays a leading role in promoting historic preservation loan funds nationwide. It has granted more than $50 million for historic preservation work since its founding in 1984.

Restoring the stoop at 428 Greene Avenue, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn
Rebuilding the front parapet wall at 35-14 77th Avenue, Jackson Heights Historic District, Queens

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