1. In 2008, Webster Hall Was Named An Official NYC Landmark

On March 18, 2008, the Landmarks Preservation Commission officially named Webster Hall a New York City Landmark not only because of the building’s architecture, but because it represents the cultural, political and social history of the East Village. Its designation was pushed by the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation which in 2007 provided the Landmarks Committee with extensive research on the history of Webster Hall.

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