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Image Tag: No longer extant

288 Hudson Street, outline

Shows the outline of a long-ago demolished early Federal style house, likely built in 1820 along with the surviving neighbor at 284 Hudson Street. The site has still not been … Continued

    181 Sullivan Street

    This ca. 1834 rowhouse housed the Sullivan Street Playhouse, where ‘The Fantasticks,’ the longest running play in history, was performed. Over Village Preservation’s objections, the building was demolished in the … Continued

      35 Cooper Square

      Village Preservation joined with fellow neighborhood and preservation organizations to campaign for landmark designation of this ca. 1825 house, the oldest survivor on Cooper Square. Unfortunately, over our protests, it … Continued

        (l. to r.) 10-18 Gay Street

        14 Gay Street was landmarked as part of the Greenwich Village Historic District in 1969, and made famous by author Ruth McKenna, who lived in the basement apartment and described … Continued

          (l. to r.) 12, 14, 16 Gay Street

          14 Gay Street was landmarked as part of the Greenwich Village Historic District in 1969, and made famous by author Ruth McKenna, who lived in the basement apartment and described … Continued

            44-54 Ninth Avenue, 341-45 West 14th Street

            Village Preservation proposed and secured landmark designation for the Gansevoort Market Historic District, including these iconic buildings on the NE corner of 9th Avenue and 14th Street, in 2003, and got … Continued

              South Street Seaport, 304 Pearl Street

              This collection of images shows the South Street Seaport area before its restoration and rebuilding in the 1980s, when many of these buildings that were among the oldest in New … Continued

                Hank Webber: “Looking Up”

                Photographer Hank Weber captured this picture “Looking Up” in 1988. He was fascinated by the World Trade Center and this image captures the North Tower on the right with a section of … Continued

                  NYC Skyline, August 16, 2001

                  Deborah Kadetsky moved to NYC from Philadelphia in August of 2000. On August 16, 2001, she attended a Radiohead show at Liberty State Park. She was the only one of her … Continued

                    540 Hudson Street, c. 1940

                    For more information on the application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission associated with this image, click here.

                      38 West 8th Street, c. 1937

                      For more information on the application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission associated with this image, click here.

                        11 Jane Street, c. 1940

                        For more information on the application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission associated with this image, click here.