Tag: Raymond Hood

The Art of the Artist’s Studio

This piece was originally posted in 2014 These beautiful late summer days have got us thinking about sun and sky. Which has us thinking about that most iconic of Village architectural features, the artist’s studio.  So we thought we’d use

Hugh Ferriss Lived Here

Occasionally in the course of my research of buildings in our area, I come across a familiar name.  Last week exactly that happened.  In  looking into the history of 35 East 9th Street, I found that it had a famous

Village Businesses of the 1930s

  GVSHP has always been concerned about the status of small businesses, whether they be restaurants, theaters, or small shops. We also recognize outstanding local businesses as part of our Annnual Village Awards ceremony every June. Today we thought we’d

The Art of the Artist’s Studio

These beautiful late summer days have got us thinking about sun and sky.  Which has us thinking about that most iconic of Village architectural features, the artist’s studio. So we thought we’d use the occasion of these warm August days

Decades of Limbo To Finally End for South Village “Almost-Landmarks”?

Last week we received written confirmation from the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) that they intend to hear and vote upon the remaining section of our proposed South Village Historic District north of Houston Street before the end of the year.

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