Continuing Education Classes Start in May; Some Spaces Still Available for April Programs

Village Preservation’s acclaimed Continuing Education program resumes this spring, and offers real estate professionals required credits while it’s open to the general public to participate as well. Consisting of both Zoom and in-person sessions and tours, you’ll learn from the experts about historic preservation, the New York City Landmark Law, architectural history, zoning regulations, Department of Buildings rules, and more. The 22.5-hour course is spread over May 14, 16, 21, and 28. Discounts are available for Village Preservation members and those taking the classes without requiring continuing education accreditation.

We also have a wonderful array of upcoming public programs with spaces still available, covering everything from the construction of Seventh Avenue South to the development of Fifth Avenue as New York’s grandest street; walking tours of NoHo and programs on some of Greenwich Village’s most beloved historic storefronts and institutions; a Village Voice book talk and our latest historic plaque unveiling honoring East Village photographer Saul Leiter on May 1. 

April 8, 2024