Our new interactive tool “Virtual Village” brings users on a multitude of virtual explorations.
Author: Louisa Winchell
Our new interactive tool “Virtual Village” brings users on unique and unexpected journeys.
James Renwick was one of the most influential, accomplished, and skilled American architects of the 19th century.
Village Preservation is thrilled to share “Virtual Village”: a new online interactive tool.
On October 22, 1820, a group of Greenwich Village residents gathered at the home of Catherine Ritter.
Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth century, the neighborhood south of Union Square was a hub for leftist and labor organizing.
The progressive mutual-benefit organization the International Workers Order (IWO) was located at 80 Fifth Avenue.
The A.T. Stewart Store, now better known as the Sun Building, was built in 1845-46.
The area south of Union Square is the center of an amazing and dynamic collection of histories.
A two-story firehouse stands in the middle of the rich historic neighborhood south of Union Square.