Demolition and intensive redevelopment threaten one of Long Island’s most significant Jim Crow- and Civil Rights-era historic districts in the Village of Sag Harbor.
One of the few remaining Gilded Age country houses in East Hills Village is threatened by demolition and subdivision.
Purchased by East Hampton Town in 2014, this landmarked home and studios of Abstract Expressionist artists in Springs is threatened by vandalism, disrepair, and demolition.
A historic firehouse in active service since 1925 threatened by a lack of resources and municipal support for much-needed repairs.
Purchased by Southampton Town in 2015, restoration of this nationally significant site of African American history in Southampton Village is threatened by inter-municipal delays and other issues.
A rapidly deteriorating property owned by Huntington Town with strong ties to Long Island’s early colonial development and African American history.