Reshaping Our Landscapes: Adaptive Reuse in Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo

Janes Walk

Led By Village Preservation

The process of adapting old structures for new uses defines the built landscape of our neighborhoods. In this talk from February 2021, Village Preservation’s Sarah Bean Apmann illuminates examples of adaptive reuse in Greenwich Village, the East Village, and Noho. One example is the Rectory of St. Mark’s Church-in-the-Bowery, which was repurposed to house neighborhood nonprofits and organizations, including Village Preservation.


This on-demand program is housed on YouTube, which provides automatic closed captioning.

Location Information

RSVP is required and capacity is limited. Meeting location, ending location, and directions will be provided via email before walk date.


On Demand
Less than one hour

Borough: Manhattan
Theme: Advocacy, Art & Architecture, History & Culture
Platform: On Your Browser
Language: English