Here’s the March issue of Historic Morningside Heights. We remain focused on seeking Landmark status for McGiffert Hall and on expanding our Historic District protections. Please register here for our 3/24 Zoom presentation at 5:30pm to hear details from architectural historian Gregory Dietrich and Kelly Carroll of the Historic Districts Council. We look forward to seeing you online!
Please join us for a very timely and interesting discussion on what we must do to provide greater protections to our community during this era of real estate overdevelopment.
Architectural historian Gregory Dietrich and Kelly Carroll of the Historic Districts Council will lead the conversation and offer their views on the policies and practical realities related to our “Phase II” Historic District campaign.
Registration required here.Continue reading “Zoom Presentation on 3/24 at 5:30pm: Expanding our Historic District Protections in Morningside Heights. Registration Required”
During this time of seemingly nonstop real estate development in Morningside Heights — overdevelopment — a committed group of neighbors and advocates has been planning to have more of our neighborhood designated an NYC Historic District. This needs to become a wide community effort if it’s going to succeed. We need your involvement! This month, our newsletter features the background and expectations associated with this effort, which we’re calling our Phase II. Check it out here!