The campaign to urge the Landmark Preservation Commission to designate the Church of St. Thomas More complex an individual landmark continues in full force. Members of both the church and Carnegie Hill Neighbors will receive in the mail this coming week petition-letters to be signed and returned (in the envelope provided) to the CHN office. These letters will be presented en mass to the commission as a show of community support. The very successful effort to oppose a six-story addition at 1143 Fifth Avenue (in the Carnegie Hill Historic District) included a show at the hearing of more than 500 petition letters—collected by neighbors in a brief three weeks. Our goal for St. Thomas More is to assemble thousands of letters for a similar show of support. If you would rather write an original letter or send an email, please click here to write to the Landmarks Preservation Commission Chair, urging her to calendar the St. Thomas More complex for landmarks evaluation.
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For more than 30 years, we have engaged gardening professionals to plant and maintain the malls on Park Avenue between 86th to 96th streets year-round. CHN also provides
Check out pictures from watering to the pocket park on Park Avenue between 96th and 97th streets…
The Fall 2015 Carnegie Hill News is out!! Access an online copy of the magazine here…
Carnegie Hill extends from 86th to 98th Streets from Fifth Avenue up to, but not including, Third Avenue.
Carnegie Hill Neighbors’ Security Program is instrumental in contributing to the sense of security we all enjoy, and is supported by nearly 100 residential buildings in the neighborhood.
View photos from the 2015 CHN Annual Meeting
Carnegie Hill Neighbors is unique in its active and thorough approach in maintaining and improving quality of life.
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