Historic Preservation:
Loan breathes life into The Players

Historic Preservation: National Arts Club Façade Restoration

Information from NAC House Committee Chair Dr. Eugene Weise:
Currently there's a great net draped over the front of the National Arts Club concealing a pipe scaffold. This is the original Governor Samuel Tilden mansion at 15 Gramercy Park. The two joined brownstones built in 1884 by architect Calvert Vaux are one of the great architectural treasures of New York City. The beautiful Victorian Gothic façade is a poignant reminder of the Gilded Age. As part of a restoration masterplan the front of the building is being inspected by a team of architects. They will prepare a detailed survey to ensure its ongoing preservation. The work should be completed in May 2016.
 Historic Preservation: Landmarks Preservation Commission to Act on 95 Backlog Properties Feb 23!

Attend and help Historic Districts Council show support for these potential NYC Landmarks

Historic Preservation: 'Special Architectural Districts' Could Be Coming to NYC

According to Historic Districts Council Executive Director Simeon Bankoff, "it's great to expand the tools that residents have available to them to preserve the character of their neighborhoods."

Neighborhood guide:
Valentine's Day recommendations from our friends at the Flatiron BID

Neighborhood News:
Mumbles restaurant closes, La Follia will take over space by early summer

New York Times Magazine:
Gramercy Park Neighbor Danny Meyer Thinks Tipping Is Socialist

Gramercy Park Neighbor:
WeWork's Adam Neumann buys 60-acre Westchester farm


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