Preservation Long Island’s Endangered Historic Places List for 2021 includes seven sites and one district facing a variety of threats from subdivision and overdevelopment, to a lack of municipal funding and support for historic preservation in communities throughout our region. Each of the sites on the list will be showcased in a free virtual program that will include interviews and panel discussions open to the public every Wednesday and Friday at 10 AM throughout the month of June.

Click HERE for the 2021 Endangered Historic Places press release.

Click HERE for the 2021 Endangered Historic Places Event page.

Endangered Historic Places 2021: James Brooks & Charlotte Park Home & Studios

Endangered Historic Places 2021: Peter Crippen House

Endangered Historic Places 2021: Pyrrhus Concer Home Site

Endangered Historic Places 2021: John Mackay III’s “Happy House”

Endangered Historic Places 2021: Rogers-Remz Grain & Feed Building

Endangered Historic Places 2021: Saint James Firehouse

Endangered Historic Places 2021: SANS Historic District

Endangered Historic Places 2021: William Tooker House


Preservation Long Island’s Endangered Historic Places Program is made possible in part by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.