Historic Preservation Workshop

Join Landmark East Harlem and MAS for the first 2018 Livable Neighborhoods Program workshop

Learn about historic preservation and a proposed Historic District in East Harlem! We will also be talking about financial incentives for owners of both residential and commercial properties in districts listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.

Dinner and child care will be provided for this event along with Spanish translation service!

Please RSVP.

Aprenda sobre la preservación histórica y un Distrito Histórico propuesto en East Harlem. También hablaremos de incentivos financieros para los propietarios tanto propiedades residenciales y comerciales en los distritos quo figuran en los registros estatales y nacionales de lugares históricos.

¡Cena y cuidado niños serán provistos para este evento junto con el servicio de traducción al español!

Por favor confirmar su asistencia.

Download flyers for the event in English and Spanish.

Thursday, June 7
6:00 PM — 8:00 PM

DREAM Charter High School
439 East 115th Street

Tickets:
Free!

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2007

Livable Neighborhoods Program Launched

Founded on the principle that community involvement is essential to successful city planning, the MAS Livable Neighborhoods Program (LNP) helps local leaders in under-resourced communities develop the knowledge and tools that they need to participate effectively in public land use review processes and engage in creative, community-based design and planning. In its first decade, LNP trained neighborhood advocates in Port Richmond, Red Hook, Brownsville, Flatbush, Flushing, Corona/Elmhurst, Mott Haven, Jerome Avenue, Bedford Park, and more.

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