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233 Bleecker Street

Village Preservation fought for and secured landmark designation of all these buildings in 2010. The organization was particularly concerned about the fate of 233-37 Bleecker Street, which in the early … Continued

    Block of 551-567 Hudson Street (l. to r.)

    This block includes both the White Horse Tavern and the former home of Jane Jacobs, 555 Hudson Street, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here … Continued

      555-557 Hudson Street (l. to r.)

      555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

        555 Hudson Street Tootsie’s Storefront

        555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

          555 Hudson Street (3)

          555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

            555 Hudson Street Facade Detail

            555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

              555 Hudson Street (2)

              555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                Tootsie’s, 555 Hudson Street

                555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                  555 Hudson Street

                  555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                    233-37, 239 Bleecker Street (r. to l.)

                    Village Preservation fought for and secured landmark designation of all these buildings in 2010. The organization was particularly concerned about the fate of 233-37 Bleecker Street, which in the early … Continued

                      233-37 Bleecker Street (r. to l.)

                      Village Preservation fought for and secured landmark designation of all these buildings in 2010. The organization was particularly concerned about the fate of 233-37 Bleecker Street, which in the early … Continued

                        233-37 Bleecker Street (r. to l.)

                        Village Preservation fought for and secured landmark designation of all these buildings in 2010. The organization was particularly concerned about the fate of 233-37 Bleecker Street, which in the early … Continued

                          308 Bowery

                          308 Bowery via Google Streetview.

                            (l. to r.) 488, 486 Greenwich Street

                            Built 1823, these are 2  of 13 federal style houses in Lower Manhattan which Village Preservation and the NY Landmarks Conservancy proposed for landmark designation in 2002. It is among the … Continued

                              271 Bleecker Street

                              This ca. 1835 house was was landmarked as part of the Greenwich Village Historic District Extension II (South Village) proposed by Village Preservation in 2010. Through Village Preservation’s efforts, they … Continued

                                262 Bleecker Street

                                One of three ca. 1833 houses, no. 262 Bleecker was landmarked as part of the Greenwich Village Historic District Extension II (South Village) proposed by Village Preservation in 2010. Through … Continued

                                  (l. to r.) 262, 264, 266 Bleecker Street

                                  These ca. 1833 houses were was landmarked as part of the Greenwich Village Historic District Extension II (South Village) proposed by Village Preservation in 2010. Through Village Preservation’s efforts, they … Continued

                                    392 West Street

                                    Village Preservation got this 1834 wooden house landmarked in 2006 as part of the Weehawken Street Historic District. 392 West Street via Google Streetview.

                                      237 Bleecker Street

                                      Village Preservation proposed and successfully fought for landmark designation of this ca. 1835 wooden building as part of the South Village Extension of the Greenwich Village Historic District in 2010, and … Continued

                                        233 Bleecker Street

                                        Village Preservation proposed and successfully fought for landmark designation of this ca. 1822 wooden building as part of the South Village Extension of the Greenwich Village Historic District in 2010, and got … 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

                                            52 West 8th Street

                                            Since 1970, this building has housed Electric Lady Studios, the first artist-run recording studio, built and founded by Jimi Hendrix. It was landmarked in 1969 as part of the Greenwich … Continued

                                              20 St. Marks Place, detail

                                              This 1832 house known as the Daniel Leroy house was once one of the grandest residences in Manhattan. It was designated an individual landmark in 1969. 20 St. Marks Place … Continued

                                                9-19 Ninth Avenue

                                                This building on the corner of Little West 12th Street was constructed in the 1880s for William Astor & John Jacob Astor IV. Village Preservation proposed and secured landmark designation … Continued

                                                  400-414 West 14th Street at Ninth Avenue

                                                  Village Preservation proposed and secured landmark designation for these late 19th and early 20th century Meatpacking and industrial buildings as part of the Gansevoort Market Historic District in 2003, and got the … Continued

                                                    14th Street and Ninth Avenue Meatmarket, (2000)

                                                    Village Preservation proposed and secured landmark designation for the Gansevoort Market Historic District, including all the buildings seen on the west side of 9th Avenue and 14th Street, in 2003, and … Continued

                                                      (l. to r.) 40-52 Carmine Street streetscape

                                                      Built 1827-28, 42, 44, and 46 Carmine Street and their surroundings were landmarked as part of the Greenwich Village Historic District Extension II (South Village) which Village Preservation advocated for … Continued

                                                        57 Sullivan Street with refurbished facade

                                                        Built in 1816-17, this is one of 13 federal style houses in Lower Manhattan which Village Preservation and the NY Landmarks Conservancy proposed for landmark designation in 2002. It is … Continued

                                                          57 Sullivan Street with refurbished door

                                                          Built in 1816-17, this is one of 13 federal style houses in Lower Manhattan which Village Preservation and the NY Landmarks Conservancy proposed for landmark designation in 2002. It is … Continued

                                                            57 Sullivan Street door

                                                            Built in 1816-17, this is one of 13 federal style houses in Lower Manhattan which Village Preservation and the NY Landmarks Conservancy proposed for landmark designation in 2002. It is … Continued

                                                              (l. to r.) 59, 57, and 55 Sullivan Street

                                                              Built in 1816-17, 57 Sullivan Street is one of 13 federal style houses in Lower Manhattan which Village Preservation and the NY Landmarks Conservancy proposed for landmark designation in 2002. … Continued

                                                                67 Greenwich Street, Rear Façade

                                                                Built 1809-10, this is one of 13 federal style houses in Lower Manhattan which Village Preservation and the NY Landmarks Conservancy proposed for landmark designation in 2002. It is among … 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