Preserving New York’s landmarks is tough, but celebrating them through a variety of special events becomes more enjoyable every year.

Living Landmarks Celebration at The Plaza.
Conservancy Chairman Stuart Siegel (middle) presented the 2012 Chairman's Award to Jay Badame (Tishman) and Milo Riverso (STV)
The Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards for 2012 event took place at The New-York Historical Society.


A highlight of the social season, the Living Landmarks Celebration recognizes influential New Yorkers who preserve the City in their own legendary ways.

Each year, the Chairman’s Award is bestowed on a business leader whose work sustains the unique architectural character of the City.

The Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards are the Landmarks Conservancy’s highest honors for excellence in historic preservation.

Professional Circle Tours give behind-the-scenes looks at renovation projects, often before they are completed.

The Conservancy also offers a variety of Lectures and Other Events throughout the year. For more information, please contact Alissa Catalano at 212.995.5260 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Congregations throughout the State are invited to open their doors for the annual Sacred Sites Open House Weekend event so neighbors can experience first-hand the wonderful art, architecture and history of New York’s religious buildings.

Tourist in Your Own Town video series invites New Yorkers and visitors alike to discover some of the City’s extraordinary landmarks.