Re-saving Greenwich Village: A Panel Discussion

Village Preservation or MCNY members $5; adults $9
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Long considered “saved,” Greenwich Village was one of the earliest and largest districts to achieve landmark status and is the place where tourists and locals flock to see historic old New York streets and buildings. But the Village also includes areas not covered by landmark designation. While new zoning is in place in some of them, there are projects proposed that threaten the Village’s character and scale. Andrew Berman (Executive Director, Village Preservation); David Gruber (Chair, Institutions Committee Community Board 2), and Sean Sweeney (Director, SoHo Alliance) will discuss the old and new Village in a program moderated by Anthony Wood.
This program is co-sponsored by the Museum of the City of New York.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008
6:30 pm

Museum of the City of New York
Fifth Avenue at 104th Street