Category: West Village
We here at Village Preservation are in the business (so to speak) of trying to help ensure historic buildings are preserved and, when necessary, adapted and reused rather than destroyed. … Continued
In 1965, Village Voice writer Jonas Mekas — founder of the Anthology Film Archive, Village Awardee, and subject of a Village Preservation oral history — wrote: “It is not very … Continued
Westbeth is the first subsidized housing for artists in the United States, offering affordable housing and work space in New York City.
Dr. Robert Hogan, resident of 175 MacDougal Street, started the Irish Emigrant Society in 1841.