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Holyrood Episcopal Church One Step Closer to Landmark Designation

Sacred Sites

Holyrood Episcopal Church – Iglesia Santa Cruz (715 West 179th Street) is a local landmark to its Washington Heights community.

Electeds Criticize Massive Development Plan Around Penn Station


New York City elected officials at all levels of government criticized Governor Cuomo’s proposed plan to demolish six blocks around

Mayoral Candidates Need to Hear From You


Our Next Mayor Should Support Preservation For a Stronger New York City Mayoral candidates are hearing about a lot of

Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me


I’ve been going to the office one day a week for some time now. But I usually left early to

The Year of Living Dangerously


I remember standing outside Zabar’s at 7:30 one Saturday morning in one of the little yellow-taped sidewalk squares marked six

A Stunning Example of Adaptive Reuse


I was very happy to be standing in line in the cold wind this past Saturday morning waiting for The

We Need More Public Debate on the Governor’s and Speaker’s Plans for the City


Last week I explained why the Conservancy opposes the Governor’s plans to level large areas around Penn Station for huge

Chairman’s Award Virtual Celebration


Our thanks to all of you who made our virtual Chairman’s Awards so successful. Thanks especially to our honorees, who

Why We Oppose the Governor’s and Speaker’s Plans for the City


Governor Andrew Cuomo and City Council Speaker Corey Johnson have big plans for the City. Most residents probably haven’t heard

Landmarks Commission Promotes Appropriate Development


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