Our Proactive Policy Agenda

Over the last 47 years, New York City’s Landmark Law has enhanced New York City by preserving and protecting its most noteworthy historic buildings and neighborhoods. However, there are many concerns about the manner in which the Law has been implemented, particularly in recent years as the number of properties under the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s jurisdiction has skyrocketed. Administration of the Landmarks Law must allow for consideration of the overall best interest of the City and provide flexibility to accommodate the City’s growing population, aging infrastructure, changing climate and evolving economy. Among the most important reforms that are needed are:

 

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