Monthly Archives: November 2013

NY Times Article and Tonight’s CB1 Meeting

In advance of tonight’s Community Board 1 meeting, the Howard Hughes Corp. has tipped their hand to the New York Times. The resulting article includes a rendering of the tall… thing… they intend to demolish the New Market Building for. … Continue reading

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What Will We Hear At Tomorrow Night’s CB1 Meeting?

Save Our Seaport is spreading the word to everyone interested in the future of the South Street Seaport Historic District, the Seaport Museum, the historic vessels on the waterfront and the Marketplace. So far, we’re hearing about high-rise construction in … Continue reading

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What Is Howard Hughes Corporation Planning for South Street Seaport?

From the Community Board 1 website: 11/19 Seaport/Civic Center Committee – 6:00 PM Location: Southbridge Towers 90 Beekman Street Community Room Please note change in meeting location Agenda item 1)  Autumn/Winter Programming, and the future of the South Street Seaport … Continue reading

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Agenda Items for This Thursday’s SOS Meeting

Reminder: we hope you will be able to join us for the next Save Our Seaport Meeting, this Thursday, November 14th. We will meet at St. Margaret’s, 49 Fulton St. (Map) at 6:30pm. Here are some tentative agenda items: News … Continue reading

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Meeting Wrap-up, an Important Letter to NYCEDC, plus PARTY Saturday

Save Our Seaport met last week to plan our follow up to the elections and to the significant resolution passed by Community Board 1. New outreach efforts in many directions are giving us a new perspective and a growing constituency. … Continue reading

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