Tag: Marilyn Appleberg

St. Marks’ Historic District Extension, Designated June 19, 1984

The St. Mark’s Historic District Extension was designated 15 years after the St. Mark’s Historic District and only consists of two buildings, 102 and 104 East 10th Street.  But they are quite an important pair of buildings, which one might …

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More is More: The St. Mark’s Historic District Extension

In this series, ‘More is More,’ we will look at extensions of historic districts in our area.  Extensions to historic districts are just what they sound like — additions to previously-designated historic districts that abut the original district and are …

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GVSHP 2016 Book List & Holiday Gift Ideas

In 2016, the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation held approximately 15 book-related programs. Each author related their insights, perspectives, and tales of Village history and beyond, showing the multifaceted depth that you can only find on our streets and in …

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GVSHP East Village Oral History: Marilyn Appleberg

Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation is excited to share our oral history collection with the public, and hope they will shed more light on what makes Greenwich Village and the East Village such unique and vibrant areas.  Each of these …

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Map It! Stuyvesant Street

Next in the Map It! series is Stuyvesant Street, which runs through the northern portion of the East Village between Second and Third Avenues. Today, it’s one of the shortest streets in the city, but did you know at one …

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Clifford Ross (at podium), Manhattan Parks Commissioner William Castro, and landscape architect Gail Witter-Laird accept an award for the Bleecker Street Sitting Area Renovation.

Villagers Feted at GVSHP’s Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony

Last evening, 400 guests celebrated the accomplishments of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation and eight Village businesses, people, and organizations at GVSHP’s Annual Meeting at The New School’s Tishman Auditorium.

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Marilyn Appleberg: 2012 Village Award Winner

It is hard to imagine East 10th and Stuyvesant Streets today without thinking about neighborhood resident and activist Marilyn Appleberg. Marilyn has worked tirelessly as an advocate for the blocks since she moved to the neighborhood in 1969. In recognition …

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2012 Village Award Winners will be presented at GVSHP's Annual Meeting on June 7th

Congratulations to the 2012 Village Award Winners

On Thursday, June 7th, eight Village businesses, people, and institutions will be presented a Village Award by the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation.We received hundreds of nominations, and the winners are ….

Abe Lebewohl & His Park

This spring marks the 30th Anniversary of the St. Mark’s Greenmarket and Music at Abe Lebewohl Park.  The joint milestone got us a little nostalgic (okay, we know, when are we not nostalgic?) and we decided to take a walk …

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