Enrollment Now Open to the General Public for May Continuing-Education Classes
Registration for Village Preservation’s highly acclaimed continuing-ed course is now open. This four-day, 22.5-hour course includes two days of live, in-person instruction including a walking tour (Tuesdays May 9 and 16) and two days of Zoom instruction (Thursdays May 11 and 18).
Taught by a talented and knowledgeable mix of professionals in the field, you will learn about historic preservation, the NYC Landmark Law, and practical tips for brokers; the influence of Classical architecture on the stylistic development of townhouses, apartment buildings, and tenements; the evolution of regulatory reforms and zoning laws that shaped urban design and building types in the context of socio-economic, cultural, and political forces; and the realities of working with the Department of Buildings and other NYC regulatory bodies today.
Due to demand from the general public, now ANYONE can take this course. Click here to register at a highly discounted rate if you do not need the credits. Scholarship applications are available here.