Tag: Mulry Square

This Week at the Tiles for America Site

Last week Off the Grid visited Mulry Square and reported on the status of the re-installation of the 9/11 Tiles for America.  We got to know two lovely Village Angels and were touched by the outpouring of love from the

‘Village Angels’ Protect Tiles for America

As many of you may have seen or heard, the beloved 9/11 Tiles for America on the fence at Mulry Square were removed two weeks ago in preparation for Hurricane Irene.  The neighborhood group that has been tending to the

Final MTA Mulry Square Vent Plant Designs Unveiled

Last week, we took readers through the tumultuous history of the MTA’s attempts to design an aesthetically appropriate Emergency Ventilation Plant at Mulry Square, Greenwich Avenue and 7th Avenue South, in the heart of the Greenwich Village Historic District .

MTA to Reveal Latest Designs for Mulry Square

Next Tuesday, May 31st, the MTA will present its final proposed designs for an emergency ventilation plant on Mulry Square to the Landmarks & Public Aesthetics Committee of Community Board 2. The Landmarks Preservation Commission will give their official sign-off