At a public meeting on July 19, the LPC decided it would take no action regarding the hardship application until after Labor Day.
The West Park Presbyterian Church is an extraordinary building in an extraordinary location, and a unique example of religious architecture that has stood for generations.
Something about this church captures the imagination, and for many of people on the Upper West Side it is a symbol of being home.
Council Member Gale Brewer led the effort to landmark the West Park Presbyterian Church, and is now fighting to protect the building from demolition. Please get involved to help save this community treasure and ensure the hardship application is rejected.
Please sign the online petition (here) being circulated by arts presenter The Center at West Park.
You can donate to the Center at West Park’s efforts to save the church here. Please help support the fight! Visit https://bit.ly/3av5CjV
On Tuesday, June 14, the church and its developers presented their hardship application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission. At a public meeting on July 19, the LPC decided it would take no action regarding the hardship application until after Labor Day.
Click here for the LPC Hearing Calendar
Share your letter of support by cc’ing my staff and The Center at West Park:
–Eddie Amador <firstname.lastname@example.org> and
–Jen Rogers <email@example.com>
Background on the landmarking of West Park Presbyterian Church
January 12, 2010: Landmarks Preservation Commission designated West-Park unanimously: https://bit.ly/3jhptEg
March 10, 2010: City Planning Commission Approved LPC designation by unanimous vote
May 12, 2010: City Council passes resolution affirming the designation by the Landmarks
Preservation Commission of the West Park Presbyterian Church
NYC City Council Hearing resources: https://on.nyc.gov/3Kk2eFy