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Last Chance to Speak Out Against Destruction Around Penn Station


The National Trust for Historic Preservation has now joined the Conservancy, and other local groups, in opposition to Governor Hochul’s

New York is Worth Fighting For


New York is Worth Fighting For A donor emailed last Friday wondering how we can use the phrase “the city

Why You Should Want to Save SoHo/NoHo


The City Council will vote on the SoHo/NoHo upzoning this month. We’ve been saying “NO” all along. Now the Council

Speak Out: Fight for New York


I have always believed that you need to be a part of your time and involved in the issues of

Conservancy Supports new Landmark Designations


The Conservancy spoke out in support of several new Queens and Manhattan designations at the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) hearings

20 Years


Scenes from that bright blue September morning remain vivid in our memories. 20 years later, we still mourn the thousands

Where Dreams Once Came True


I was caught unaware by the outpouring of public concern over the likely demolition of Grand Prospect Hall in Brooklyn.

SoHo NoHo Historic District Under Threat


Mayor de Blasio’s plan to upzone SoHo/NoHo takes another step when Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer holds her hearing on

Empire State Complex Update


Now that Governor Cuomo is leaving office, his Empire State Complex plans should leave with him. Do we need to

Primary Election Day is Here


Election Day was a big deal when I was a child. My parents loved politics. My father left for work

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