Van Cortlandt House, where President George Washington slept at least twice and also where he began his journey from into Manhattan to re-capture New York from British rule thus ending their control in America.
Van Cortlandt House, where President George Washington slept at least twice and also where he began his journey from into Manhattan to re-capture New York from British rule thus ending their control in America.

Join us tomorrow, Tuesday, March 15th, at the District Office of Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson for a meeting with the Historic District Council and how they can help us help our beloved Bronx landmarks (official and unofficial). Space is limited so PLEASE RSVP to auntermyr[at]hdc[dot]org!

HDC’s Director of Advocacy and Community Outreach, Kelly Carroll and Deputy Director Adrian Untermyer will be attending this meeting and training.

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Kelly is a powerhouse when it comes to preservation as she works with over 500 community groups across the city and has also personally reviewed almost every single proposal that has come before New York City’s Landmark Preservation Commission.

As more and more eyes turn on The Bronx, it is important that we don’t lose our past and history in the process. This is a perfect event to meet, network, and learn together with other civicially engaged individuals from our wonderful borough.

Location:

District Office of Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson
1377 Jerome Ave
(Next to 170th Street 4 Train Station)
Bronx, NY 10452 Time: 6PM

Time: 6PM

New signage noting the Grand Concourse Historic District is finally going up across from the old Concourse Plaza Hotel after more than 3 years since receiving designation.
New signage noting the Grand Concourse Historic District is finally going up across from the old Concourse Plaza Hotel after more than 3 years since receiving designation.
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