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A plaque dedicated to the memory of artist Jean-Michel Basquiat was unveiled outside of his former home and studio in NYC on July 13
GVHSP is celebrating the Fillmore East with a historic plaque; the music venue held legendary concerts by prominent rockers from 1968-1971 in the East Village.
We previously featured this little farmhouse that could at 121 Charles Street in Greenwich Village, which was moved in 1967
A historic house on MacDougal Street faces demolition as part of the Hudson Square Rezoning project; the house was featured in the 1997 film, Men in Black.
The Greenwich Village Society for Historical Preservation launches its "Save the South Village" video campaign to urge city leaders to make the South Village a historical landmark.
At stake in the East Village are two buildings with remarkably intact Greek Revival architectural details. But perhaps even more at risk are the rich histories embedded within. .
There's something bold about a store that only sells one item: $45 cups. But maybe it's appropriate that such a store occupies the first floor of Jane Jacobs' home on 555 Hudson Street where she wrote The Death and Life of Great American Cities. I attended the recent "Snapshots in Storefronts" event by the Greenwich Village Society for Historical Preservation (GVSHP) as a volunteer, which allowed me to traverse up and down the stairs of the old home and check out the basement.
Did you know that a building can be landmarked on the interior but not on the exterior? A talk at the Merchant's House Museum in the East Village of NYC.
Eric Ferrara of the East Village History Project/East Village Visitors Center unveils layers of history on St. Mark's Place.