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West Park Presbyterian Church Alert – We Need Your Help

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Help Save Landmark Building from Demolition This isn’t a Halloween trick. The fate of West Park Presbyterian Church is once

Dear Governor Hochul: Answers Please on Penn

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The Conservancy joined 20 other civic groups in a joint letter to Governor Hochul today asking for “full transparency and

It Ain’t Over ’til It’s Over

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The Judge has ruled against the petitioners in the two lawsuits challenging the Empire State Development’s General Project Plan (GPP)

Discord and Confusion over Penn Plans

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Elected officials announced yesterday that they wanted a “grand” new Eighth Avenue entrance to Penn Station that involved removing the

You Don’t Know What You Got Till It’s Gone

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Barring a last-minute miracle, Kevin Roche’s imaginative, Postmodern Lobby at 60 Wall Street is a goner—as the New York Times

The Conservancy Celebrates the Life of an Extraordinary Preservationist and New Yorker

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New York lost a remarkable woman and an extraordinary citizen with the death of Joan Kaplan Davidson this past Friday.

Governor Hochul Answered a Question About Penn Station. What Did She Say?

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Governor Hochul was on NY1’s “Inside City Hall” last night. As a final question, host Errol Lewis brought up Penn

“Golden Opportunity” at Penn to “Fix The Damn Thing Once and For All.”

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There has been a fair amount of news and opinion pieces about Penn Station over the last several weeks. But,

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