The Paley Center for Media
The Paley Center for Media, with locations in New York and Los Angeles, leads the discussion about the cultural, creative, and social significance of television, radio, and emerging platforms for the professional community and media-interested public. Drawing upon its curators, collection, and relationships with the media community, The Paley Center for Media examines the intersections between media and society.

The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation was founded in 1980 to preserve the architectural heritage and cultural history of Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo. GVSHP is a leader in protecting the sense of place and human scale that define the Village’s unique community. Programs include: Educational outreach in the form of public lectures, tours, exhibitions, and publications; A school program that teaches children about Greenwich Village history and architecture; preservation leadership on such issues as preservation of the South Village; preservation projects that promote an understanding of the Village’s historic importance.

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When 14 blocks, between Hudson Street and the Hudson River, were designated as a slum to be replaced with new towers in a pricey “urban renewal” scheme, Jane Jacobs, then living on Hudson Street and writing about architectural issues, joined with neighbors, as the Committee to Save the West Village, to defeat the designation and, through brilliant tactics, succeeded. They immediately re-formed themselves as the West Village Committee, in 1962, to propose infill housing on the site of a disused rail line in that area (the lower part of the High Line), without displacing any residents, commercial or private.

Jefferson Market Garden
The Jefferson Market Garden is bounded by Greenwich Avenue, West 10th Street and Sixth Avenue. Walking through historic Greenwich Village your eye will catch a beautiful garden nestled in one of the busiest corners of the city next to one of our most renown landmark buildings, the Jefferson Market Library. Open to the public from spring to fall, the garden is resplendent with glorious blooms throughout the seasons.