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2014 Year In Review: GVSHP Programs

Village, the East Village, and NoHo. Current GVSHP members will vote on a slate of new and renewing trustees. The Village Awards were established 23 years ago to honor the

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17 LGBT landmarks of Greenwich Village

…South Village Historic District which Village Preservation proposed. 2. Church of the Village/Founding of PFLAG, 201 West 13th Street   Google Street View of the Church of the Village The first meeting…

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15 things you didn’t know about the East Village

Earlier this month, GVSHP launched its East Village Preservation effort, releasing its new website “East Village Building Blocks,” which contains historic information and images for every one of the neighborhood’s 2,200 buildings. Of course,…

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Cemeteries of The East Village, Part IV

Continuing our Cemeteries of the Village series, today we look at the blocks surrounding 2nd Street and Second Avenue. Two landmarked cemeteries still exist here, and four other 19th-century cemeteries

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Cemeteries of Greenwich Village, Part II

…in Greenwich Village, the East Village, and Noho, although according to the map, none are still active. Dr. Meade created this map because “Cemeteries are important cultural spaces created by…

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20 transformative women of Greenwich Village

the Greenwich Village Historic District. Click here to check out our year-long activities and celebrations. Few places on earth have attracted as many creative, mold-shattering, transformative women as Greenwich Village,…

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Cemeteries of The East Village, Part III

Continuing our Cemeteries of the Village series, today we look at two historic cemeteries that predate the modern street grid: The St. Mark’s Church-in-the-Bowery Vaults and the nearby but long…

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31 Literary Icons of Greenwich Village

…post-World War I era, Millay emerged as a major figure in the cultural life of Greenwich Village, when the Village served as an incubator of every important American literary, artistic,…

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Village Remains Tops for Artists in NYC

Village/Financial District” is actually the combined Community Boards 1 and 2 in Manhattan, which includes the neighborhoods of Greenwich Village, NoHo, SoHo, Little Italy, Tribeca, the Financial District, the South…

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Rallying To Save The South Village

…South Village Historic District (map), a two hundred forty-building, thirteen-block section of Greenwich Village south of Washington Square Park, and the second phase of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic…

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Village Halloween: No Tricks, Just Treats

…for the whole family. The Village Halloween Parade The early years of the Village Halloween parade at Westbeth. Photo courtesy of Shelley Seccombe. The Village Halloween Parade will take place…

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Look Up! Its the South Village!

…forty-building, thirteen-block section of Greenwich Village south of Washington Square Park, and the second phase of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation’s (GVSHP) proposed South Village Historic District. GVSHP…

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The Meat Markets of the South Village

…were brought to Greenwich Village by Italian Immigrants and their descendants are still enjoyed by Village residents to this day. Find out more about South Village history and South Village

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Fall Auction: A First for Village Preservation

…Bid on season tickets to the Classic Stage Company, the East Village powerhouse Off-Broadway theater and winner of Village Preservation’s coveted Village Awards! Classic Stage Company (known as CSC amongst…

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Village Awardee Round-Up!

…on Mar 31, 2023.  As a reminder, past awardees, employees or trustees of Village Preservation, and entities located outside of Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo are not eligible…

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