Special Program – Greenwich Village: Past, Present, and Future
The Museum of the City of New York presents:
The Village has been transformed over the centuries from farmland to row houses to tenements to luxury condominiums. How does a district that has long celebrated newcomers and defiant outsiders balance the old and the new? Join historians, planners, and community leaders for an evening of discussion about this important section of New York City and what its future might hold, featuring Andrew Berman, Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, David Mulkins, Chair, Bowery Alliance of Neighbors, and David Freeland, historian.
Co-sponsored by the Historic Districts Council. This program is presented as part of the ongoing Urban Forum series New York Neighborhoods: Preservation and Development.
$8 Seniors and Students
$6 Museum Member and GVSHP Members
*A two dollar surcharge applies for unreserved, walk-in participants.
For more information please call 917-492-3395.