Selma Hortense Burke lived and worked at 88 East 10th Street from 1944 until at least 1949.
Category: Advocacy Efforts
The University Place Book Shop was one of the longest-running “Book Row” shops.
Michael E. Levine Oral History: How the Greenwich Village Historic District, SoHo, and Stonewall Happened
Village Preservation shares our oral history collection with the public, highlighting some of the people and stories that make Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo such unique and vibrant … Continued
This has certainly been a challenging year, to say the least. In spite of that, Village Preservation, the Community Boards, and the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) have … Continued
Village Preservation and ten other local community organizations representing thousands of residents have released a community alternative rezoning plan for SoHo and NoHo. The Mayor’s plan would allow new development … Continued
Our new interactive tool “Virtual Village” brings users on a multitude of virtual explorations.
Did you know that for many local small businesses, more than half their revenue is generated in November and December, which brings them into the black for the year and … Continued
Our new interactive tool “Virtual Village” brings users on unique and unexpected journeys.