MHHDC’s work is rooted in the life of our neighborhood. We have achieved traction and continue to advocate for sensible approaches to neighborhood development through long-term relationships with our community members and organizations throughout the city. These affiliations propel our reach and impacts.
Following are Partners, Resources, and Press links related to our unique corner of New York City and our ongoing efforts to protect it.
Also, if you’re interested, here is a map of all NYC Landmarks, courtesy of the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Morningside Heights Community Coalition
Book: Morningside Heights: A History of Its Architecture and Development
Andrew S. Dolkart
Columbia University Press
Thesis: Morningside Heights Preservation Plan
Historic Preservation Program
Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
1996 (We are seeking a link to this document.)
For general community resources, visit the Morningside Heights Community Coalition webpage.
“Save McGiffert Hall” Op-Ed by MHHDC Board Member Robert Stern in Columbia Spectator, December 7, 2020
“‘Save Morningside Heights from ‘Atrocious Buildings,’ Residents Urge City”, December 6, 2016
“Demolition Prep Underway For RAMSA-Designed 3041 Broadway In Morningside Heights”, October 13, 2019
“Streetscapes / ‘Morningside Heights: A History of Its Architecture and Development’; From an Empty Plateau to an Urban Neighborhood”, November 29, 1998
“On the Heights, A Chill Wind Begins to Blow”, September 14, 2003
“Streetscapes/116th to 120th Streets, Broadway to Claremont Avenue; Architecture of Barnard, in the Shadow of Columbia”, December 7, 2003
“Living in/Morningside Heights, A Slice of Relaxed Life, Sandwiched by Parks”, May 27, 2007
“Columbia to Finish Section of Campus, 113 Years Later”, December 15, 2008
“Fighting On to Preserve Morningside Heights”, March 2, 2009
“‘As of Right’ and Wrong as Developers Target Morningside Heights”, February 8, 2017