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Community Meeting about Historic West 86th Street

The rowhouse at 330 West 86th Street
(between Riverside Drive and West End Avenue)
is threatened by demolition.

A "sliver building" may rise in its wake.
The West 80s Neighborhood Association, the Coalition for a Livable West Side, the West End Preservation Society (WEPS), and LANDMARK WEST! will be co-hosting a community meeting next Tuesday, June 8th at 6:30 PM at The Church of Saint Paul and Saint Andrew at 236 West 86th Street.

The meeting is for the community to develop strategies learn how historic district designation can protect 330 West 86th Street and other buildings within the proposed West End Avenue Historic District.

State Senator Eric Schneiderman,  Assembly member Linda Rosenthal, Council member Gale Brewer and Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, community board 7 and the community will be attending this important meeting about the west 80's and West End neighborhood.

I recently wrote a blog about the beautiful and distinctive West End Avenue neighborhood and that The West End Preservation Society, is actively seeking to designate West End Avenue from 70th Street to 107th Street a historic district.


In February I wrote a blog that the $25 million mortgage secured by  The Gilbert Townhouses on West 86th between Broadway and West End Avenue was on the market and that community efforts were underway to Save the West 86th Street Townhouses.

Important Community Meeting
Tuesday June 8th, 
at 6:30
Church of Saint Paul and Saint Andrew
86th and West End Avenue

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