Our Endangered Historic Places Program offers Long Islanders an opportunity to advocate for preservation priorities in their communities. Nominations are open to the public and due November 1, 2022.
We are pleased to announce this year’s awardees: Webb Institute and Bentel & Bentel Architects, Paul and Catherine Herkovic’s Stanley H. Lowndes House, Southampton African American Museum, Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio, Van Wyck-Lefferts Tide Mill & Huntington Historical Society, Village of East Hills.
The Village of Plandome Manor is considering a once-in-a-lifetime chance to save a historic building from demolition. Preservation Long Island is working with a group of volunteers to explore preservation options.
Local voices matter! The Village of Thomaston Board of Trustees unanimously affirmed the Landmark Preservation Commission’s determination that the Tower Ford building meets the criteria for landmark status. The site is now protected from demolition!
We have good news to report on the Peter Crippen house, one of our 2021 Endangered Historic Places, a rapidly deteriorating property owned by Huntington Town with strong ties to Long Island’s early colonial development and African American history.
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