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(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

    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

        (l. to r.) 40-48 Carmine Street

        Built 1827-28, 42, 44, and 46 Carmine Street are Federal-style  houses landmarked along with their surroundings in 2010 as part of the Greenwich Village Historic District Extension II (South Village) … 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

            (l. to r.) 130, 132, 134 Sullivan Street, streetscape

            …by Village Preservation) in 2013. Through Village Preservation’s efforts, they were also listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places in 2013. 134 Sullivan Street via Google Streetview….

              58 Bleecker Street, looking down Crosby Street

              Built 1822-23 by James Roosevelt, great grandfather of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, this federal house was landmarked in 1999 as part of the NoHo Historic District designation. In 2018 Village Preservation placed … Continued

                67 Greenwich Street (at Edgar Street)

                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

                  48-50 Henry Street

                  By the time these pictures had been taken, the ca. 1832 federal houses previously located on this site had been demolished. View of the houses pre-demolition ca. 1980 from NYC … Continued