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Opposing a zoning variance that would build a large office tower on St. Mark’s Place
Village Preservation successfully fought to prevent a zoning variance, which kept this building’s replacement more contextual.
Village Preservation was founded in 1980, in part, to be a steward for the Greenwich Village Historic District. Designated in 1969, it is one of our city’s oldest and largest historic districts. Its continuing preservation and oversight remains at the core of our mission.
Village Preservation led the effort to change plans by The New School for its facility on this site.
Village Preservation led the charge to save this storied 1917 church, but the City refused.
Village Preservation successfully helped lead an effort to reverse an LPC decision to de-calendar almost a hundred buildings.
Village Preservation discovered and publicized a flaw in the City’s record keeping system, saving hundreds of buildings.
Village Preservation successfully blocked attempts by a developer to flaunt zoning regulations.
Village Preservation joined with the community to ensure that 75 Morton Street was converted into a school.
This landmark building was commissioned by the Ottendorfers when the area was known as Kleindeutchland.
Citywide ‘Zoning for Quality and Affordability’ Plan In 2015 Mayor de Blasio put forward his ‘Zoning for Quality and Affordability’ plan to change citywide zoning rules to allow for larger … Continued
After a campaign by Village Preservation and other local leaders, Town & Village was designated in October, 2014.
Village Preservation’s work opposing Donald Trump’s massive “Condo-Hotel” project in SoHo.
Village Preservation continues to work with our partners to advocate for use of Pier 40 in keeping with its surrounding neighborhoods.
Webster Hall was designated a New York City landmark on March 18, 2008.
We believe that a proposed rezoning and large-scale additions to Chelsea Market should not be approved.
Illegal work done by Ms. Leibovitz resulted in serious damage to three landmarked 1830s houses.
Village Preservation successfully led the opposition to a proposed zoning variance for this site.
Village Preservation continues to keep an eye on 43 MacDougal Street’s conditions.
These two miraculous survivors’ histories reflect the East Village’s transformation over the past two hundred years.
These rare, historic early 19th century structures at 233-237 Bleecker Street face continuing threats.
128 E. 13th St. is believed to be the last surviving horse and carriage auction mart building in New York City.
Since 1980, the Pyramid Club has nurtured Downtown counterculture and given space to artists and musicians.
The Silver Towers complex consists of three 30-story towers built 40 years ago as part of an urban renewal project.
Work together with Village Preservation to monitor and respond to illegal billboards.
Efforts to preserve the old printing house district between Houston and Canal Streets west of Sixth Avenue.
Village Preservation secured a prohibition on air rights transfers along the Greenwich Village waterfront.
Village Preservation fought the removal of significant facade element from this two hundred year old house.
After initially rejecting our application, the City landmarked these strictures, saving them from demolition.
Protecting one of the most historically significant buildings in our neighborhood.
Remembering 9/11 and preserving the community outpouring with the MTA.